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Electric Guitar

  • Body: Poplar
  • Bolt-on Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Amaranth
  • Compound fretboard radius: 305 - 406.4 mm
  • Sharkfin fretboard inlays
  • 24 Frets
  • Nut width: 42.8 mm
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Pickups: 2x Jackson high output humbuckers
  • Controls: Volume and Tone
  • Switch: 3-Way
  • Tremolo: Floyd Rose licensed Jackson double-locking
  • Black hardware
  • Colour: Satin Black
Colour Black
Body Poplar
Top None
Neck Maple
Fretboard Amaranth
Frets 24
Scale 648 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo FR-Style
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
available since April 2019
Item number 463324
B-Stock from 279 € available
299 €
Free shipping incl. VAT
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You can't go wrong with that guitar
Krriss 01.10.2020
I have this guitar for a couple of months now and I can say that feel from playing it is absolutely great. The neck is super comfortable and smooth. The overall build quality is also great.
There are two downsides though. The pickups are a little bit muddy for my taste and it is a bit hard to tune it. But for this prise it is a banger. I fully recommend it.
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Superstrato de maravilla, metalera cien por cien.
Galanor. 28.08.2020
Preciosa guitarra de intenso negro satinado, de acabado perfecto y un gran sonido con un largo sustain. La uso para mi propio estudio pero no dudo que en cualquier bolo quedaría genial. Las pastillas dobles de alta ganancia dan una caña bestial. Es muy metalera, ya sea para el heavy , trash metal etc El floid rose (con licencia) funciona perfecto y mantiene bien la afinación . Tiene un precio moderado y su calidad es excelente. La recomiendo sin dudar.
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Floyd Rose für kleinen Geldbeutel
Whammyking 15.10.2021
Habe mir diese Gitarre gekauft da ich unbedingt mal ein Floyd haben wollte.
Die Verarbeitung :
Sie ist sehr gut verarbeitet an einigen Stellen hinten am Headstock gab es kleine Klebereste diese sind allerdings nur sehr leicht,die Elektronik ist sehr gut verlötet und die Fächer sind mit Folie und Abschirmfarbe bedeckt,sehr viel besser als bei manch anderen Gitarren in höheren Preissegmenten.
Das Tremolo:
Das Floyd ist sehr stimmstabiel ,die Federn sind leise und der Hebel perfekt feststellbar.Dafür das es nur ein Licensed Floyd ist , ist es sehr gut.
Die Stimmechaniken machen einen sehr guten Job und sind sehr gut justierbar.
Die Potis sind sehr fein justierbar und bieten einen leichten Wiederstand , der wie ich finde super ist um nicht aus versehen verstellt zu werden.Der Schalter klickt laut dies müsste aber mit der Zeit aufhören.
Die Pickups:
Sind etwas dumpf aber ansonsten sehr gut.
Ich würde empfehlen den Bridgepickup etwas höher zu setzen.
Bespielbarkeit:
Das Neck ist sehr komfortabel und flach,die Bünde sind nicht scharfkantig. Das Neck ist einem ibanez Neck sehr ähnlich.
Fazit: Für den Preis eine Gitarre mit Floyd Rose zu bekommen finde ich sehr beeindruckend und ich kann sie jedem nur empfehlen der eine günstige Floyd Rose Gitarre haben möchte
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Você receberá mais do que pagou (You will receive more than you paid)
AntarM 14.10.2021
A Jackson JS32 é uma das guitarras com Floyd Rose (licenciada) mais baratas no mercado.
Os captadores são potentes e de tonalidade forte nos médios, com distorção você facilmente consegue timbres “a la” Metallica. Realmente usáveis tanto para distorção como para som limpo sem precisarem ser substituídos. Mas não dividem a bobina, então aqueles sons mais parecidos com uma Stratocaster não há aqui (pensando bem, quem se preocupa com isso deve ir direto ao assunto e comprar uma Stratocaster). Porém, é uma boa guitarra para modificações, caso queria maior flexibilidade tonal pode trocar por captadores Seymour ou DiMarzios.
O braço é bem construído, “scarf joint”, ou seja, há uma emenda entre o braço e a cabeça (mão) do instrumento. Guitarras mais caras não possuem essa emenda, mas isso não deve ser visto como problema, por exemplo, guitarras como as Gibson possuem o braço colado ao corpo e ninguém fala mal do som.
Ela possui 24 trastes jumbo bem nivelados.
Como é um instrumento barato, não espere demais do acabamento, sempre haverá algo “errado”. Na minha há perto dos afinadores um preenchimento em resina devido a alguma batida na fábrica. O fretboard vem sujo dos lixamentos das madeiras, você pode usar o Dunlop 65 (artigo Thomann 522611) para limpar e deixar a cor mais nítida, ficará perfeito.
Você terá que regular a altura das cordas através da Floyd e a curvatura do braço para deixar o instrumento com melhor qualidade e conforto. Se não souber regular terá que pedir auxílio a um técnico. Uma régua pode ajudar nesses ajustes (artigo 398250).
Os afinadores tem pontos falhos, não respondem de modo preciso, mas é possível afinar sem problema (para os que querem modificar, essa seria outra opção de upgrade, trocar por afinadores Gotoh por exemplo – artigo 476714).
A ponte é Jackson licenciada da Floyd Rose. Não é de aço tão rígido como a original e nem tão precisos os microafinadores. Pode não ter a mesma resistência e precisão, mas funciona perfeitamente bem e pode durar muitos anos. Uma Floyd original é mais cara que a guitarra toda, uma opção de upgrade seria uma Schaller (artigo 329851), conferira as medidas antes.
Concluindo: Sou guitarrista e modificador desses instrumentos há mais de 40 anos, posso dizer que a guitarra vale cada centavo e é um instrumento de boa sonoridade e confortável de tocar. Também excelente para modificações.
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The Jackson JS32 is one of the cheapest Floyd Rose (licensed) guitars on the market.
The pickups are powerful and strong toned in the mids, with distortion you can easily get “a la” Metallica tones. Really usable for both distortion and clean sound without needing to be replaced. But they don't split the coil, so those more Stratocaster-like sounds aren't here (on second thought, anyone who cares about that should get right down to business and buy a Stratocaster). However, it's a good guitar for modifications, if you wanted more tonal flexibility you can switch to Seymour or DiMarzios pickups.
The neck is well built, "scarf joint", that is, there is a seam between the neck and the head (hand) of the instrument. More expensive guitars don't have this seam, but this shouldn't be seen as a problem, for example, guitars like Gibson have the neck glued to the body and nobody talks bad about the sound...
It has 24 well leveled jumbo frets.
As it is a cheap instrument, don't expect too much from the finish, there will always be something “wrong”. In mine there is a resin filling near the tuners due to some dent at the factory. The fretboard comes dirty from the sanding of the wood, but you can use Dunlop 65 (Thomann article 522611) to clean and leave the color more vivid, it will be perfect.
You will have to adjust the height of the strings through Floyd and the curvature of the neck to make the instrument with better quality and comfort. If you do not know how to do that, you will have to ask a technician for assistance. A ruler can help with these adjustments (article 398250).
The tuners have flawed points, do not respond accurately, but it is possible to tune without problem (for those who want to change this would be another upgrade option, swapping for Gotoh tuners for example – article 476714).
The bridge is Jackson licensed from Floyd Rose. It's not hardened steel as the original nor as accurate as the micro-tuners. It may not have the same strength and precision, but it works perfectly well and can last for years. An original Floyd is more expensive than the entire price of the guitar, an upgrade option would be a Schaller (article 329851), good to check the measurements first.
In conclusion: I have been a guitarist and modifier of these instruments for over 40 years, I can say that the guitar is worth every penny and is a good sounding and comfortable instrument to play. Also great for modifications.
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