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  1. Wired Guitarist Ultimate Guide to Petrucci Models

    Hey guys! Haven't posted here in a bit, but I recently did an article for the guys at Wired Guitarist. It features a few in depth descriptions and video/audio clips of what some of the models I've...
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    Not to contradict you, but all of my JP12's have...

    Not to contradict you, but all of my JP12's have had a 14mm profile at the first fret, and 17mm at the 12th fret.

    Pic for proof on my old one, http://i.imgur.com/dgTNmd9.jpg?1

    Just got my...
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    Yeah man! Some artist get to get different finish...

    Yeah man! Some artist get to get different finish and wood options on their guitars when they're endorsed which is honestly really cool of Musicman to do. Thanks brotha :D
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    And a video with the JPX on it's own! ...

    And a video with the JPX on it's own!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-21j5susHw
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    NGD: Mark Holcomb Artist JPX Custom

    Let me preface this by saying, this guitar is such a perfect instrument and I feel lucky that I even got a shot at getting it. Between the circumstances when I was offered this among a few other JPs...
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    NGD: Cardinal Red JPX!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrlokadRuN4

    I seriously don't have much time nowadays to post the NGDs as I used to but I'm going to try and be a little more mindful of that set aside time to...
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    New PDN? :D Nevermind! I just missed the...

    New PDN? :D

    Nevermind! I just missed the thread haha.
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    Question: 3 JPXs reporting with no fretboard issues ;) ...

    3 JPXs reporting with no fretboard issues ;)

    Any piece of wood can contract and expand revealing more fret ends, Ebony isn't more prone to doing that than other ones. In fact the only thing Ebony...
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    Sorry about the large images, my two Koa models!...

    Sorry about the large images, my two Koa models! One with a Roasted Maple Neck and the other with a Rosewood Neck!

    http://i.imgur.com/IDWzgLb.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/eiCQFOg.jpg...
  10. Question: Rosewood Koa has a Mahogany Body as well unless...

    Rosewood Koa has a Mahogany Body as well unless the body was swapped for a custom artist body or something. Every Koa has a Mahogany Body with the Koa Top as far as I'm concerned. The only difference...
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    I believe this is correct ^ it uses the same...

    I believe this is correct ^ it uses the same electronics and boost system from the JP13 and that was the case for the 13.
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    It's avoidable to an extent, you should just wash...

    It's avoidable to an extent, you should just wash your hands before and after playing the guitar. Try not to play the guitar right after touching something like grease or food as well, and wipe it...
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    The standard profile on JPs (JP Standard/BFR/X)...

    The standard profile on JPs (JP Standard/BFR/X) has a cool neck shape where the side with the low strings is slightly thicker than the side with the higher strings. I don't think it's wood...
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    No offense, but let's not go into that here. I...

    No offense, but let's not go into that here. I don't want to get my thread locked because of you saying that lol. I've owned 20+ at this point and they've all looked stunning IMO. More than enough...
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    Thanks guys :D it's definitely a perfect example...

    Thanks guys :D it's definitely a perfect example of what the guys do at EBMM :D



    Yeah that was so awesome to see, he took it out on tour an everything. Loves his guitars :D



    ;) For...
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    NGD: Classy Koa Goodness!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSIchsjHrCo

    Here's a video I spent awhile working on, the entire cover was recorded with this same guitar sans the lead bits which I used another special guitar for...
  17. .60 goes through my JPX7's Tuner just fine. I'd...

    .60 goes through my JPX7's Tuner just fine. I'd recommend just buying single low strings for your 7 and 8 strings.
  18. The number is based on when (year) the guitar was...

    The number is based on when (year) the guitar was released, so there was never a JP14.
  19. No, it's only a stock option on the Luke 3...

    No, it's only a stock option on the Luke 3 currently. Anything else comes from special editions.
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    I've done this before with my two JPs. JP6 PDN...

    I've done this before with my two JPs.

    JP6 PDN 2012
    https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5536/11968401923_a498345901_b.jpg
    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3701/11969194096_91231cdb67_b.jpg

    JP6 BFR...
  21. Help: Strings could have slipped. Just give it another...

    Strings could have slipped. Just give it another setup.

    There's no reason your guitar should be doing that. Unless someone setup the guitar in a different tuning for you.
  22. Yeah it absolutely depends on how much time you...

    Yeah it absolutely depends on how much time you put into the gear, I have quite a few guitars and I play my #1 the JPX7 the most. No wear on that but I cycle through all the gear. Even nickel frets...
  23. A lot of wear also comes from keeping strings...

    A lot of wear also comes from keeping strings that aren't new on there for too long. What I mean is strings rust, and they have gunk stuck under them which corrodes/rusts that part of the string. So...
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    I imagine having the neck off is the same thing...

    I imagine having the neck off is the same thing as not having any strings on the guitar. AKA zero tension which isn't ideal for the truss rod, so I don't recommend doing it for very long. I've had a...
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    Question: Yeah definitely not dangerous, I would rather...

    Yeah definitely not dangerous, I would rather move than live here if it meant risking my guitars haha
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