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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-20-2003, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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My family shot :D


From left to right:
Yamaha APX9C, Ibanez BTB400, Ibanez RG2820TW, Ibanez RG3120VV, Brian Moore i2000 i1.

Unfortunately, this is gonna be their last shot together

I lose the BTB400 and Brian Moore and have to sell the RG3120

I will miss those babies

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-20-2003, 05:37 PM
 
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That Brian Moore is a jaw-dropper (as is the RG3120)
It really sucks that you have to part with them , I wish you luck!

May I ask why you are selling the RG3120 in stead of the RG2820? Are you going to switch the pups before you do?
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Well, when I went bankrupt, I had to declare my guitars - so part of the agreement was that they'd take my Brian Moore and BTB400.
Since being bankrupt, I am actually better off financially, so I bought the RG2820 with the understanding i would sell the RG3120.

So far, the Official Receiver hasn't collected those 2 guitars - been over a month since officially being bankrupt - so weird.

I have an Air Norton pup here and a Steve's Special on order too.
Wouldnt dream of taking out the pups from the 3120 - it DOES sound yummy and I hate to lose it

BTW with your RG2820, do u find keeping it in tune hard? Pretty sure it's just new strings and the trem settling in...

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My brother has an '03 six string version of the BTB. Lovely bass. Very easy to play.
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That Brian Moore is a jaw-dropper (as is the RG3120)
It really sucks that you have to part with them , I wish you luck!

May I ask why you are selling the RG3120 in stead of the RG2820? Are you going to switch the pups before you do?
I personally think the 2820 is a better guitar. Pickups can be changed
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Lovely collection you got there! Shame you have to give some of them up, that is a real bummer. But these things happen for a reason!

I love that Ibanez RG3120VV, verrryyyy nice!
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>Wildwayz

Sorry about your bankruptcy...

There are more important things than hobbies/guitars in the world, keep that in mind! I wouldn't bet on the fact that they might have forgotten those, with the thought of losing them I'd play them like hell if I were you. They're both real nice guitars, and that Brian Moore is just astonishing!

I haven't tried putting new strings on my 2820 yet (I'm a bit scared, I don't usually change guitars that I play alot. It's in the winning team mould ), and the tuning stability nears the good old lo-pro! If I have problems I usually follow the Rich Harris remedy, and that works just fine.

I prefer the RG3120 over the RG2820, it has something to do with the grass that is always greener....
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nope not restrung it yet - kinda scared. I looked where the strings feed through and it has red plasctic there - looks hard to line the strings up.
Anyone got a re-string guide to a Edge Pro trem?

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heh, those red plastic things are annoying, first 2 times i restrung my 1550 it took me ages to line them up and fit the ballend in the red thing.

so now i just have the ball end at the headstock and clamp the other end in the bridge (after cutting off a bit)
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