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  1. Help: The JP70 is a solid choice on a budget. I own one...

    The JP70 is a solid choice on a budget. I own one and have no issues with it. It is not comparable to an EBMM, though, and JP70 to Majesty is not an apples-to-apples comparison. They're very...
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    Some of the recent BFR runs had mahogany bodies,...

    Some of the recent BFR runs had mahogany bodies, and you can occasionally find them lightly used within your price range. Those BFRs also all have SS frets, I believe. But there is no 24-fret Axis,...
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    No need for panic. Most likely a high fret. Minor...

    No need for panic. Most likely a high fret. Minor issue and easily fixed. I had a couple on my semi-hollow when I got it -- $30 to my tech and a couple hours later, it was good to go.
  4. Generally speaking, if you want a really low...

    Generally speaking, if you want a really low action, you have to deal with a little buzz. I used to crank my strings down right on the frets and let it buzz away. As I've gotten older and don't play...
  5. My favorite super strat is my HM Strat. Checks...

    My favorite super strat is my HM Strat. Checks all of the boxes for me. My favorite guitar (obvious from my tag line) is the EBMM Axis.

    I only really have one rule. If I like it, I play it. On one...
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    Sticky: That's not a color you see everyday. Ernie...

    That's not a color you see everyday.

    Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Super Sport | Upper Room Music, LLC | Reverb
  7. I don't know about the Silo specifically, but I...

    I don't know about the Silo specifically, but I know the Sterling Axis and JP necks do not have the exact same profile as the EBMM versions. I would suspect that's the case across the line.
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    Haha. How things can change in 11 years. I hate...

    Haha. How things can change in 11 years. I hate those sparkly silver guitars. :D

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    Question: Nice to hear a happy ending. I would have guessed...

    Nice to hear a happy ending. I would have guessed it was just a stress crack in the paint. Good thing you sent it in.
  10. Question: Personally, I don't think I'd worry about it if...

    Personally, I don't think I'd worry about it if they aren't causing an issue with playability. They're small and not likely to be noticed by anyone.

    I've had mixed results with steaming dents...
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    What about ... black with a blue racing stripe....

    What about ... black with a blue racing stripe. :p

    How about some sort of crackle? I dig crackle finishes, but maybe I'm weird.
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    Yikes! I don't think I'd go back to that guy...

    Yikes! I don't think I'd go back to that guy again. He was definitely trying to take advantage. Good call on getting a second opinion.
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    Curious now about what exactly they wanted to do....

    Curious now about what exactly they wanted to do. :D

    To be honest, I've actually thought about sending my '07 Axis in for a factory setup. I've got a local guy that does great work, but might be...
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    Man, I suspected there was a nice neck under that...

    Man, I suspected there was a nice neck under that gunk. Probably worth the price if nothing else were salvageable. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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    Depends on who you ask. :D If I'm only moving...

    Depends on who you ask. :D

    If I'm only moving one gauge up or down, I don't usually see the need for a full setup. But a lot of people will jump in and say I'm completely wrong and you should do...
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    Feel is the big difference to me. A smaller gauge...

    Feel is the big difference to me. A smaller gauge will be more flexible and easier to bend, a heavier gauge will have more tension. I've never noticed a big difference in longevity between gauges....
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    Congrats. Welcome to the blue Axis club. They're...

    Congrats. Welcome to the blue Axis club. They're hard to beat, and you've got an awesome top on that one, like ripples of water.
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    Nice. If I had the cash at the moment, I'd own...

    Nice. If I had the cash at the moment, I'd own one of these. It's my second favorite AL, next to the pinkburst BFR.
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    I was watching it with a price in mind of when I...

    I was watching it with a price in mind of when I was going to pull the trigger. Sand the model paint off the neck and re-oil and wax it, then have a pro do a new paint job and repair where it was...
  20. Thread: June BFRs

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    The AL is sweet, but I've got to get the last one...

    The AL is sweet, but I've got to get the last one paid off first. Please don't make an Axis in that configuration, at least for another year or so. :D
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    Help: Yep. Last couple of sets I bought were in that...

    Yep. Last couple of sets I bought were in that packaging. Completely legit.
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    Randy Rhoads -- He was the reason that I wanted...

    Randy Rhoads -- He was the reason that I wanted to pick up a guitar in the first place.
    Tony Iommi -- The riff master. I've always been drawn to the rhythm guys because the riff is the heart of the...
  23. Help: Has to be a replacement neck plate. That looks...

    Has to be a replacement neck plate. That looks absolutely legit. Customer Service is probably going to be the best route to get an answer.
  24. I love Jubuh Pubuluh. :D

    I love Jubuh Pubuluh. :D
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    For a $100 guitar, I'd leave it as is. It would...

    For a $100 guitar, I'd leave it as is. It would probably cost more than you paid for the guitar to repair it properly.
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