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Jackson WRMG Warrior
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Jackson WRMG Warrior

Other Shape Guitar from Jackson belonging to the MG series.

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Jackson WRMG WarriorPublished on 04/29/07 at 17:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan
24 frets
EMG 81/85
floyd LP580 if I'm not mistaken
1 selector, 1 volume, 1 tone

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, it is a little bigger and less flat as the handle of my RR10 Pro
access to the treble is very easy thanks to the form
it's a guitar with a very good Balanced and light enough, it does not address and why I strap poor
yes the sound is easily obtained, which suspected it Metal?
and very good finish is not a United States, but this is excellent

SOUNDS

It is perfect for my style of play: the big metal, thrash / death
and its clear very well thanks to the micro 85
level sounds I liked everything in this guitar

OVERALL OPINION

I use it......
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Made in Japan
24 frets
EMG 81/85
floyd LP580 if I'm not mistaken
1 selector, 1 volume, 1 tone

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, it is a little bigger and less flat as the handle of my RR10 Pro
access to the treble is very easy thanks to the form
it's a guitar with a very good Balanced and light enough, it does not address and why I strap poor
yes the sound is easily obtained, which suspected it Metal?
and very good finish is not a United States, but this is excellent

SOUNDS

It is perfect for my style of play: the big metal, thrash / death
and its clear very well thanks to the micro 85
level sounds I liked everything in this guitar

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since yesterday I loved everything about the scratches, I did not expect it to be so well balanced, pleasant surprise on this point.
the quality / price is not bad I bought in Andorra for about 720 euros
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Jackson WRMG WarriorPublished on 05/20/08 at 00:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan (which is by no means a bad qualitée going ...)
24 frets
EMG 81/85
Jackson licensed "Floyd"
1 selector, 1 volume, 1 tone
Moreover, this guitar starts to make a name

UTILIZATION

1 - Handle
so the handle is perfect, it looks like a Ibanez therefore only slightly less flat, but just as effectively a highway to hell of her! Jackson sleeves are really great, plus it is absolutely beautiful with its white edging and finishing tooth Piranah.
2 - ergonomics
impecable, it does not PANCHE next round if it makes you feel, it's very light, just as my JEM77, so no problems to play upright as assi!
I'm really satisfied, I no longer believed to find a guitar that......
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Made in Japan (which is by no means a bad qualitée going ...)
24 frets
EMG 81/85
Jackson licensed "Floyd"
1 selector, 1 volume, 1 tone
Moreover, this guitar starts to make a name

UTILIZATION

1 - Handle
so the handle is perfect, it looks like a Ibanez therefore only slightly less flat, but just as effectively a highway to hell of her! Jackson sleeves are really great, plus it is absolutely beautiful with its white edging and finishing tooth Piranah.
2 - ergonomics
impecable, it does not PANCHE next round if it makes you feel, it's very light, just as my JEM77, so no problems to play upright as assi!
I'm really satisfied, I no longer believed to find a guitar that satisfies me! and if!
3 - sound
Bin there, I was really happy too, I had already placed the microphone set on another guitar and I was happy, but that's really hell EMG are fantastic, it's too cool! to know that I have the same set on my JEM77 and obviously not the same sound, I say this as info for those who think that the same metant microphones on two guitars they would diferentes the same sound ...
as an FYI, the body of the guitar being in Alder (Alder English) so you aurra a more crystalline.
Hint: that said if you feel like it you can reverse the microphones, since they are connected by lugs placed just under the microphone, simply loosen the strings, then remove from the microphones, to disconnect from the intervertirs, and to reconnect, and put them back and now, so to will see the fattest of his 85 in the bridge position.

SOUNDS

1 - this guitar is perfect for metal of course and in addition is of impeccable accuracy, its licensed vibrato makes sense, no problems with (as long as you know to use it of course).
2 - I play it with a "Hughes & Kettner Swichblade 100w 2x12" + a rack effect "Rocktron Chameleon" and I tell you that his peus Hard MOVED!
3 - in saturated it's not worth discussing course, its clear to me is totally perfect!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for some time, I have in my favorite color trensparent black, I'm about 24 years since guitarist, I have a JEM77 collection, and I had a lot of guitars, Aria, Kramer focus1000, BCrich , Ibanez, Lag, Gibson ... etc
before you buy, I buy a LTD DJ600 to € 1300 (with blood stains ...) and a urban camo ESP m2 to 2000 €,
well actually I did not buy this I liked Jackson for years because I thought that would be the wrong gear for the price € 800 (the net) in € 950 mag about
Think again, well, this guitar I found that the two assets that I bought before n'on no, yes, it is more accurate, with the other two can not be fair to faith in accordance LA (2nd string) and 2nd string 7th MI case) fat intake of no more and head to sleep, then that Jackson is balanced, not the DJ 600 and believe me when you play standing up trying to get a good solo and then you will understand that it has all its import ...! Jackson the 24 cases not DJ600, DJ600 on the microphones were a few round here no cracking when the M2 urban camo there's actually very very good stuff too (ebony fingerboard and a beautiful vibrato) but false in the same way that the DJ600 (and not the falsity ratraper same by causing all settings known and possible) and in addition it had a handle strat way, very button sewn, end and rounded deriere, so tiring and frankly not my thing, when you play up you do not see the mid treble ... This is also where I realized that I redeem more than LTD or ESP even if it is a great brand ... it every time.

RAPORT for money, I say to you right away, they are mad at Jackson, he could sell this guitar more than € 400 price, I bought aurra anyway!

it is a clear evidence that I bought that guitar (and not another) if I had to start over.

Here a link to thomann https://www.thomann.de/fr/jackson_wrmg_warrior_tbk_upgrade.htm
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Jackson WRMG WarriorPublished on 03/11/09 at 02:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar factory in Japan
24 frets, EMG Pickups EMG 85 neck and 81 bridge
Pink Floyd type bridge Licensed Jackson
1x volume, 1x tone and positions slecteur 3

-1 For positioning between the jack, I can keep the AIM as a flying V guitar in a seated position, but this opinion is purely subjective;)

UTILIZATION

The neck is fairly flat and wide plutt in my opinion, this is not for me dplaire , Access in acute is a breeze, even for the 24th box!
Guitar lgre and balance, regardless of the position.
Small BMOL: trs the varnish gets dirty quickly, so watch out for fingerprints! In concert it's not top class marmoset: p!
Otherwise the rest of the finish is great, no complaints I'm......
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Guitar factory in Japan
24 frets, EMG Pickups EMG 85 neck and 81 bridge
Pink Floyd type bridge Licensed Jackson
1x volume, 1x tone and positions slecteur 3

-1 For positioning between the jack, I can keep the AIM as a flying V guitar in a seated position, but this opinion is purely subjective;)

UTILIZATION

The neck is fairly flat and wide plutt in my opinion, this is not for me dplaire , Access in acute is a breeze, even for the 24th box!
Guitar lgre and balance, regardless of the position.
Small BMOL: trs the varnish gets dirty quickly, so watch out for fingerprints! In concert it's not top class marmoset: p!
Otherwise the rest of the finish is great, no complaints I'm happy!

SOUNDS

This is the point that this guitar I was most surprised! Despite the fact that it is clearly directs Metal, versatility may surprise everyone! If you play with the volume knob (EMG active forces) are obtained in the bridge position crystal clear, and beautiful sounds round and warm in the neck position, neck + bridge position gives less good against rsultats .

By pushing the gain of the amplifier, we quickly crunches big enough hard rockiens on 3 positions, with varying degrees of depth depending on whether one is on the bridge or neck pickup, the crunches are LGERS difficult to obtain, but once found they are perfect blues / rock.

Finally, it is saturated pissed found the spirit of the scratches! In the bridge position, the attacks are prcises and its edge, perfect for solos net! + Easel in the neck position, the output level down a can, but the sound got used to the beautiful rhythmic Metal Trivium: prcis least in the bridge position, but deep color. The neck position sounds when she gives a bold wish, hyper saturated sizes for Heavy Metal and Trash! A test with a fuzz!

OVERALL OPINION

I got this guitar beginners December, so only three months of use, but three months of intensive use (by the way it is dj fill in any kinds of pets ...) .
I love his versatility, I play the same simulation with a gypsy jazz acoustic (I own good you can do better to play this style: D)!
I have tried many guitars of all styles before throwing my dvolu on it, and I am satisfied trs!
Good quality price, the guitar is worth its price, no more, no less!
Certainly I would do this choice because in this price range this guitar is extremely well the way!
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Jackson WRMG WarriorPublished on 11/11/09 at 06:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan
Pink Floyd
Flat handle 24 cases
Side EMG 81 bridge, EMG 85 neck side.
1 volume, 1 volume, 3 position micro switch

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice: flat, access to acute is a real treat. I hesitated between a LTD F400 and the guitar, the neck Jackson I quickly decided. The Floyd Rose works impeccably.
I love the shape of the skyscraper: aggressive and well balanced, it can play both sitting and standing.

SOUNDS

It's perfect for what I play. Hard Rock, Thrash Metal, Death Metal. Sound fat at will thanks to EMG active but very clean to solo with the EMG 85 neck side on my Randall RG100G3 hybrid is to the killing. EMG 81 with the heavy rhythmic sound......
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Made in Japan
Pink Floyd
Flat handle 24 cases
Side EMG 81 bridge, EMG 85 neck side.
1 volume, 1 volume, 3 position micro switch

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice: flat, access to acute is a real treat. I hesitated between a LTD F400 and the guitar, the neck Jackson I quickly decided. The Floyd Rose works impeccably.
I love the shape of the skyscraper: aggressive and well balanced, it can play both sitting and standing.

SOUNDS

It's perfect for what I play. Hard Rock, Thrash Metal, Death Metal. Sound fat at will thanks to EMG active but very clean to solo with the EMG 85 neck side on my Randall RG100G3 hybrid is to the killing. EMG 81 with the heavy rhythmic sound beautifully, we obtain a more crystalline, allowing more classic and flashy solos, where you can caller harmonics galore. Virtually no noise (it changes my old Mexican Fender was a horror). In his clear, no complaints. The EMG 85 sounds particularly well, with its very chalereux will appreciate. Despite his appearance and that the destination rather microphones to play the hard rock / metal has some versatility and can play any style.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for a year.
Belle, a stick of death, a sound in a floyd, what more?
In that order taken, I tried a LTD F400 which I liked less the handle did not have a floyd and had two microphones EMG81 (severe lack of EMG 85). The value is excellent. € 780 for a guitar of this quality (meeting in Japan!) Is top notch.

This choice I would do without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: Jackson
  • Model: WRMG Warrior
  • Series: MG
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/15/2012

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