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Jackson JS32T Kelly
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Jackson JS32T Kelly

Other Shape Guitar from Jackson belonging to the JS series

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Very good guitar for the price

Jackson JS32T KellyPublished on 08/28/12 at 04:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It is made in Indonesia.
It has a tune-o-matic with string-through.
The handle is screwed maple fingerboard with 24 boxes.
The electronics are made of 2 Humbuckers Jackson, a volume, a tone and a 3-position selector.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a comfort issue, satin is thus a very good glide. The profile of the D-type handle is flattened. The radius is 12 "on top of the handle and smooths down the shaft to achieve a radius of 16".
Access to acute is relatively good, but nothing beats a neck-through or glued to reach the last box. ^ ^

SOUNDS

The sound at idle is very blues, however when amplified closer we get the more metal than blues ^ ^.
The pickups are fairly...…
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It is made in Indonesia.
It has a tune-o-matic with string-through.
The handle is screwed maple fingerboard with 24 boxes.
The electronics are made of 2 Humbuckers Jackson, a volume, a tone and a 3-position selector.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a comfort issue, satin is thus a very good glide. The profile of the D-type handle is flattened. The radius is 12 "on top of the handle and smooths down the shaft to achieve a radius of 16".
Access to acute is relatively good, but nothing beats a neck-through or glued to reach the last box. ^ ^

SOUNDS

The sound at idle is very blues, however when amplified closer we get the more metal than blues ^ ^.
The pickups are fairly versatile.
I STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO INSTALL A PUSH-PULL TO ENJOY THE SPLIT OF MICROS. Split significantly increased versatility.
The sound is quite clear round double and a single bit skinny (normal you tell me). Blues to metal to rock, funk, reggae, pop and so on.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar since December 2010 (santa thank you ^ ^), it gives me complete satisfaction. The price / quality ratio is simply awesome.
With the experience I would tend to turn me into a squier affinity telecaster because I listen to music pretty vintage.
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  • Manufacturer: Jackson
  • Model: JS32T Kelly
  • Series: JS
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/11/2012

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Other names: js32tkelly, js 32t kelly, js32 t kelly, js32 tkelly

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