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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-13-2008, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hey are there any RG models that have a flame or quilted maple top and a EDGE bridge? Some nice pickups too :P
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Some dude in the forum here is selling a RG3120 like in DR or something like that. Lo-Pro, real dimarzios, and nice tops.
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Im selling a 1991 rg 570 cherry sunburst Flamed Maple with a black original edge in perfect shape. Look at my postings under GUITARS BASSES Their are pics and details!!!






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Some dude in the forum here is selling a RG3120 like in DR or something like that. Lo-Pro, real dimarzios, and nice tops.
Are real Dimarzios as good as IBZ/DiMarzios?
Can you use them for shred, blues, death metal, country and Jazz?
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RG770FM is a nice one. I used to have one:

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Are real Dimarzios as good as IBZ/DiMarzios?
Can you use them for shred, blues, death metal, country and Jazz?
Yes
Yes cept who the **** wants to play death metal? Freaking EMOs!
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Real DiMarzios and IBZ DiMarzios....... are all real DiMarzios. just different windings and magnets for slightly different tones. Go to the dimarzio.com website and check out the tone chart to get an idea of the variations available. Different pickups lend themselves to different musical styles. A great pickup for jazz would not be a great pickup for metal.
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