Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: South Wales,U.K.
Re: Is the 'RGT2020sol' a Good Guitar To Get???
Thanks for the info guys.
And thanks to 'Kantalonis' for telling that ****in' Idiot 'Dex' what a D**K he was being. 'Dex' ,you've no right telling anyone about pointless, badly punctuated posts. Take a look at your own rubbish! How can you comment on my playing,which you've never even heard? Tory-Loving Dimwit ! People like you make me so F****in' angry.
Anyway,enough time spent on pointless crap. I think,as one of you said, I'll have a look for one of the '04 or earlier models.I prefer the offset dots anyway. I wouldn't mind even getting a used one but I never really see used ones for sale.Maybe that's a good sign as the people who have them aren't selling.
I also agree with 'Shredi-Knight' about the thin finish. In my experience it definitely makes a difference to the sound of a guitar(for the better!).I played a 'Black Machine' guitar recently and it was one of the best guitars I've ever played. The guy who makes them NEVER uses lacquers or any thick finish at all,only oil,and they sound so good for it.A greta guitar for Ibanez lovers too.The specs and feel is cloer to an Ibanez RG/Jem than anything else,but I would say they're even better.The one I played had a 'Snakewood' neck and it was out of this World!!! They've got amazingly thin bodies too,which is a bit off-putting at first,but you soon forget about it once you're playing the thing.I strongly recommend trying one if you ever get a chance,Seriously! They're AWESOME.
All the Best!................JTM45 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!