Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: A Mile High (USA)
Reb Beach, Ibanez and The Real Story
The only RBM that I'd even really consider owning is the RMB2NT-the mahogany body w/ Koa top and EMG's, solid rosewood neck, etc. *I've got #90, and love it! *They're deffinitely very different from any JEM/UV/USRG though. *The neck is very Strat-like, and is only 22 frets. *Feels great though! *In great shape, the signed/numbered ones can bring up to $1200 on the high end. *There's been one of Harmony Central that's just about mint that the guy had down to $1000 and couldn't give it away. *They're great guitars, and are fairly rare, but just don't seem to be worth a fortune. *I'd probably trade my JEM7VWH for one (if I didn't already have an RBM2) based on the simple fact that the 7VWH is very common and easily replacable guitar, whereas the RBM is less common and somewhat hard to find. *As long as you've got under $1200 in the guitar your thinking of trading, and the RBM is the upper-end exotic wood model, you'd probably be doing ok.