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Jackson WRMG Warrior Electric Guitar (2008 Model)
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The 2008 Jackson WRMG Warrior is a classic electric guitar in ready-to-rock form. Alder body (with flame maple veneer on transparent black forest fin...Click To Read More About This Product
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The 2008 Jackson WRMG Warrior is a classic electric guitar in ready-to-rock form. Alder body (with flame maple veneer on transparent black forest finish), bolt-on maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, EMG-81 bridge and EMG-85 neck pickups, Jackson Licensed Floyd Rose Low-Profile Tremolo, and black hardware.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
- Alder body
- Flame maple top veneer on transparent Black Forest finish
- EMG-81 bridge pickup
- EMG-85 neck pickup
- Licensed Foyd Rose Low-Profile Tremolo
WRMG Warrior Electric Guitar (2008 Model)
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I've had my WRMG for almost 5 years, so mine has the EMG hz pickups and the worthless "turbo" knob. So, the new one is obviously even better.The frets are huge and the body is sooooo comfortable. I've played tons of stuff recently at the music store ,and nothing is close to this. Soooo ,that's why I won't get rid of it.Standing or sitting, it's very centered and comfortable. The binding on the neck is perfect.The neck is thin but not too thin like the Ibanez necks. I use this for fast rhythm stuff. It's fretboard is plenty wide.The floyd rose stays put when playing rhythm with the palm muting...something that concerned me at first, but haven't had a problem with that like I had with other guitars.The WRMG is definitely better than the cheaper models. The binding and the pickups make the difference. I had a Dinky years ago and sold it quick...just didn't feel good. Why this body style isn't more popular I have no clue.In 5 years the only problem I've had is the volume pot sometimes craps out when I hit it, but that's an easy fix.
This guitar is a flat out steal for the price. Great feel and tone. Very versatile, for any type of metal. I love this guitar it's better than both the Randy Rhoads and the Ibanez Xiphos.
i have the older one, with the turbo knob. i like the turbo know, but its the same thing. this is a great guitar and u should buy it!
this guitar can sound for the most part like you want. I got the old version with the passive emg hz's, but it still sounds great. Alot of bass and treble. sounds great for bands like pantera, shadows falls, ect. great warm clean sound. great guitar.
I am reviewing the jackson wrmg warrior with the emg 81/85 pickup configuration. This guitar is a monster, and was my first guitar with a floyd rose, and I am very glad to have made the transition. Once I got it set up to the tuning and action that I wanted, I was astounded by how smooth it played. The neck is very easy to play, but I would not recommend this guitar to blues players, as they might want a thicker neck. Once I plugged in,(a spider II with a line 6 uber metal distortion pedal) I found that the tones varied greatly from the tone knob. People who think that the tone knob should be ripped off might want to take a second look. The possibilities that this guitar is capable of tonewise are amazing. Want a doomy, room-rattler? You got it. Want a light, tight gutbuster? you got it. The emg's go perfectly with how this guitar is designed. Overall, this is a great value to have seeing as it has a lot of things that the more expensive jacksons have, except for the neck-through body. By the way, I am reviewing this guitar six months after I originally recieved it so that I could give a more truthful perspective. Rock on baby!
I bought this guitar a year ago. It's an incredible guitar, the floyd is very strong, you can do whatever you want with it and it stays in tune. The active mics are great, both for clean playing and heavy solos. The defect: The shape. Do not by this guitar if you don't have the means to carry it around. The solid case that suits it is huge, not to resistant, and HUGE! If a had another guitar I would be happy with this one at home, and use the other one outside my place.Another problem related to the shape is that you cant use this guitar to play any type of music, imagine getting hired to play at dinner party or something like that. I regret the shape I chose, not the quality.
I was really excited to finally see this at the guitar store. I plugged it in immediately. I love Jackson's and this one is no exception. I've played the Ibanez XPT700 which I really liked. Comparing the two guitars and everything about them, I came up with this conclusion. Pickups are great. The bridge is good although I prefer string through. Body is comftorable, neck is great.For less money, the XPT700 gives you a mahogany body and neck through construction but also has kinda crappy pickups. If this guitar had at least a mahogany body I would probably get it as soon as I could. Ebony fingerboard would be a very nice change to this. Basically could be better made for the price but still very nice.
I got this guitar a couple months ago and needless to say this is going to be in my rig for a long, long time. The picks have such amazing response like no other pickups. The EMG's have such good pick response at any volume its unbelievable. The tremolo is also great even though its not the real thing it is still durable and works just as good. IF your new to these bridges then it won't matter anyway. Overall this guitar is a gift from the heavens and should be cherished by all. I really don't know why its not more popular than it is now.