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Jackson JS32T Warrior Electric Guitar with Gig Bag
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Outlandish look. Brutal sound. The aptly named Jackson Warrior guitar always emerges victorious. It features two high-output Jackson CVR2 humbucking ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Prepare for battle with the raging tone and other-wordly style of this sweet axe.
Outlandish look. Brutal sound. The aptly named Jackson Warrior guitar always emerges victorious. It features two high-output Jackson CVR2 humbucking pickups, string-through body design, and JT390 adjustable bridge.
This Jackson Warrior electric guitar is part of Jackson's entry-level JS Series. This series features super-affordable takes on classic and instantly recognizable Jackson guitars, all built without compromising all-important tone and playability. All guitars including the JS32T Warrior feature the 24-fret compound-radius necks and shark fin inlays beloved of Jackson shredders worldwide.
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- Warrior body style
- Bolt-on maple neck
- 25-1/2" scale
- 12"-16" compound radius fretboard
- 24 jumbo frets
- Graphite nut
- 1.69" (43mm) nut width
- Jackson CVR2 humbucking pups
- Pearloid shark fin position inlays
- Chrome hardware
- Master volume/tone
- 3-position blade switch
- JT390 adjustable bridge with strings-through-body
- Die-cast tuners
Reviewed by 4 customers
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I've been playing for about 3 years now, and I've played several guitars now, and this is easily the best so far. the playability is amazing, action is great, and the price is unbeatable, I would definetly recommend this to anybody. I've played other guitars that cost a hell of a lot more, and I feel the warrior is top-notch.
This guitar is masterful, I truly believe this is the best there is in this price range. This thing looks like a combat weapon and sounds like the screams of death. Pickups aren't too bad, Always room for improvement though. This is the most comfortable guitar on earth, an absolute pleasure to hold. Thin neck, Jumbo frets, Looks like you can impale someone with that headstock. The input jack kinda jangles around a bit, but that's not of much concern. If you're a beginner yet are absolutely sure you're ready to dedicate years to playing guitar, I'd say the best buy is this guitar, and perhaps... Perhaps a roland cube 15/20.
I've been playing guitar for 10+ yrs now, and consider myself to be a pro with the axe. This guitar is a must buy if you're on a budget! I own everything from High End Guitars such as PRS custom 22, to well this guitar as my cheapest! It's got a great feel, comfort and a very fast neck. The tones are sketchy but nothing that can't be fixed by Amp settings/modulation and NS's. Three way Switch is in a real comfy position. Light, Light, Light on weight. But for the advid guitarist looking for a great guitar for performing live, look for a higher end guitar! Simply put it's a great practice guitar!
The shape adds to the look, and its a very easy guitar to actually sit down and play. But the problem with it is.. umm its large. I cant tell you how many times, when im at lessions or im taking it out of its FREE gigbag, that i bump it into somthing, or someone. Besides this flaw, the guitar sounds great besides some reliability issues with the output jack(nothing that cant be re saudered)and.. you might always want to play this guitar on the bridge pickup, because the other two settings produce TOO much bass, and it reduces the overall tone of the guitar. If playing clean(which is entirely possible) i recommend that you use a low-medium bass setting on your amp/pedal and use the neck pickup.