No, there are very few showing radial apex lines. Much less what you want, [if you want 1/4 sawn on the board] and that's even full width radial lines, those are unicorns. Not like this board where you have a 1/2" strip down the edge.
And it's 1/4 sawn neck you want, board if you like the dazzling grain, but it's about the neck wood, not board. And you see a good percentage of radial grain in these lam necks, but it's also rare to get even radial grain on all 3 pieces that match each other.
The originals that passed through my hands, for comparison.
LNG #355. Not the prettiest board or neck.
First '88 SK I had (sebastian has this guitar now). Board had really nice, clean grain but there were some wear through spots. Neck was definitely not quartersawn.
Second '88 SK. Nice board on this one, no mineral streaks. Grain was a tiny bit uneven. Neck was reasonably well quartersawn.
Going through a bunch of old pics, it seems a good number of them have nicely quartersawn necks.
Some of the ugliest flat sawn necks I've seen.
I did notice that once they went to multi-piece necks, there was way less emphasis on quartersawn. Usually the center stripe is, but the side pieces are not. Best one I've had where all three pieces looked nice. 3-piece on an '02 RG2120K-KB.