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  1. I'm a 61 year-old gigging pro. I am required to go from AC-DC to Brad Paisley to Sinatra on the fly in a wireless format. So I was excited by what this guitar offered. I recently ordered my Jtv 69 thru my local Guitar Center because they had none in stock. They were kind enough to refund my money. I rate it Zero. How can you rate guitars that don't work out of the box?? Jtv 69 #1 - Model selector switch worked intermittently and occasionally flickered on and off. Unattractive knot in the sunburst looked like a flaw. Provided allen wrench fit poorly in whammy bar nut. Jtv 69 #2 - Guitar made loud digital noise when plugged in. Totally unusable. 5 minute dents in finish near near tone control. Unattractive seam running thru sunburst with half a knot on one side and none on the other. A Squire offers better quality control. After reading the volume and varity of problems this guitar apparently has, I can't imagine how any serious working musician could use such an unreliable, tempermental tool. Since the sounds it offers seem to be the best available, I'm pissed at the poor quality.
  2. I'm a 61 year-old gigging pro. I am required to go from AC-DC to Brad Paisley to Sinatra on the fly in a wireless format. So I was excited by what this guitar offered. I recently ordered my Jtv 69 thru my local Guitar Center because they had none in stock. They were kind enough to refund my money. I rate it Zero. How can you rate guitars that don't work out of the box?? Jtv 69 #1 - Model selector switch worked intermittently and occasionally flickered on and off. Unattractive knot in the sunburst looked like a flaw. Provided allen wrench fit poorly in whammy bar nut. Jtv 69 #2 - Guitar made loud digital noise when plugged in. Totally unusable. 5 minute dents in finish near near tone control. Unattractive seam running thru sunburst with half a knot on one side and none on the other. A Squire offers better quality control. After reading the volume and varity of problems this guitar apparently has, I can't imagine how any serious working musician could use such an unreliable, tempermental tool. Since the sounds it offers seem to be the best available, I'm pissed at the poor quality.
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