Right, so I am getting sick of the unstable bridges on my Korean RG's and have finally decided it's time to get something a little more high-endy.
To fund it, I am thinking about selling my frankenstein of a RR. It has the body of a Jackson RX10D (not sure what wood.. it's either alder or basswood). Mighty mite maple neck w/ rosewood board and MOP inlays. EMG81 bridge and EMG85 neck. OFR - the BEST floating trem I've owned and Sperzel tuners that were damn hard/expensive to find for a reverse headstock.
It's in pretty much mint condition aside from the OFR that has faded micro tuners and a small chip at the end of the upper fin.
Here's a picture:
Now, before anyone says "Keep it!!", the RR body shape - as much as I love it - is not for me since 90% of the time I spend playing is sitting down. It's also only got 22 frets, which has really started to bother me lately, and I've ended up practically never playing it at all. The only thing I do use it for is to record whammy bar parts, as the OFR is simply incredible and the RGs can't cope with much whammy abuse before the tuning goes wayward.
So my question is, is it worth it? I really have no idea how much this would make if I put it to auction and could be sorely disappointed if I end up with too little to fund the purchace of an edge or edge pro RG. Bare in mind this would be for the UK market, so prices might be a little higher than in the US.