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Dillon & Roxbury Guitars Hot or not?


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Not that I'm aware of.I think Dillion is Canadian.

 

Not sure on Roxbury.

 

Yeah I'm awair cost doesnt effect quality ,Thats why I was looking for some hands on experience.

I have no way of playing before purchase.

A little scary.

I only did that once with a Jap copy of a firebird.It turned out great but still.....

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I think the quality is supposed to be fairly good, but I've never owned one. They cost more than most Epis though, I think, and definitely more than Agile. I think they biggest knock against them is that few people (especially in EG) have tried them to really know.

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While I'm sure there are some turds out there, all of the Dillions I've seen or played in stores have been pretty damn nice guitars. I'm guessing there are differing levels of quality within the brand though.

 

Never heard of the other brand.

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Just talked to Kevin @ JSD GUITARS.

They are indeed a Canadian company.

There are 2 levels of quality the lwr price point is china.

The upper is Korea.

The chinese line is overseen by the Korean and is suppost to be quite good.

The Korean,however having superior electronics.

The Roxbury line is also made in the same korean plant.

 

I'm leaning toward tring the V or the gold top p90 PRS looking thing.

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I have owned and since sold my Dillion 950Pro . Excellemt guitar for the money . i upgraded the pickups to a JB 59 set and had an awesome guitar that i could gig and not worry about someone touching scratching stealing it .

Heavy sucker too, played very well.

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