Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Northern California
That's a really clean golden era RG. I saw one like that for $400 but banged to all heck like a pre-CBS Fender and I should have picked it up. It wasn't poorly taken care of on purpose but it certainly saw a lot of live gigs but no cracks on back of headstock by locking nut holes. Like the prized Tube Screamers, the golden era RGs may bring a great price someday in relation to other gear. While the Tube Screamer is among the most expensive used effects of that era, the golden era RGs should one day become one of the most valuable used guitars from that time period, and would make sense to bring in more than a used American Standard strat or Gibson Les Paul Studio (all priced new around the RG then).
Last edited by 63Blazer; 09-17-2015 at 07:20 PM.