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post #16 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-25-2006, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: lefty rg7321

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Damn my tiny hands that couldn't cope with 27" scale length!
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Are those any good?

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The right handed equivilants have received good reviews. Im in the process of moving, but will probably get one in the next few months.
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The right handed equivilants have received good reviews. Im in the process of moving, but will probably get one in the next few months.
Let us know how it goes! I wonder if they'll be persauded to do slightly different guitars...
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post #19 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-25-2006, 06:50 PM
 
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Didn't the righthanded ones have breeds and a trem?
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post #20 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-25-2006, 11:28 PM
 
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There were two right handed models

Interceptor and Sceptor (Trem and no trem) The left handed version clearly doesn't have a trem, which isn't a big suprise. Also, they were Blaze pickups, but at NAMM apperantly the dimarzio reps there were asses to the guy who runs RondoMusic, so he no longer is offering dimarzio pickups in either the righties or lefties.
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There were two right handed models

Interceptor and Sceptor (Trem and no trem) The left handed version clearly doesn't have a trem, which isn't a big suprise. Also, they were Blaze pickups, but at NAMM apperantly the dimarzio reps there were asses to the guy who runs RondoMusic, so he no longer is offering dimarzio pickups in either the righties or lefties.
Nicely done dimarzio . Why is it when we finally find a lefty 7 string. We end up with a no trem version as the only option?

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post #22 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-26-2006, 02:53 PM
 
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I would really like to see Ibanez and other brand's produce more Lefty's !
Even if Im a Righter I would apriciate more Lefty's on the market, cuz some of my friends are Lefty's and I feel bad when I see them tip a Right-handed over so they could play'em !
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Nicely done dimarzio . Why is it when we finally find a lefty 7 string. We end up with a no trem version as the only option?

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Motivation for having an even better custom 7 made.
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Motivation for having an even better custom 7 made.
I think my main problem with going down the custom route is that I've not really played a 7 much, it's spending a lot of money on an instrument specifically to my tastes that I might not like...
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Motivation for having an even better custom 7 made.
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you guys see this sexy beast? to bad its 22 fret

http://www.adirondackguitar.com/left...re/7string.htm
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Too bad it's 22 fret?

Too bad it's $4200.
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post #28 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-27-2006, 08:24 PM
 
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I think my main problem with going down the custom route is that I've not really played a 7 much, it's spending a lot of money on an instrument specifically to my tastes that I might not like...
Understandable. Which is why getting something like the Agile is good so you can test the waters, so to speak. While a custom will take much longer than buying a production guitar, you could get a lefty 7 string to your specs for a little more than the price Ibanez would charge if they had the equivalent lefty 7 in production.

Depending on who you get to build it that is..
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well, list price is 4200, I'm sure its less than that, but not by much.

The agile is nice, but is it really worth paying $450 for it? You know those pickups suck, so theres another $130. Plus its a no-name guitar, so if you try to sell it, you'll be lucky to get 1/2 of what you paid for it back. I think I'd rather just get a Schecter for less...
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post #30 of 57 (permalink) Old 06-27-2006, 08:34 PM
 
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Where would you get a schecter for less than 450?

The agiles are a no name brand, but they are highly regarded. There is a dedicated forum for them aswell.
http://www.agileguitarforum.com/
The only schecter I would consider getting is the Hellraiser in black cherry. I don't like the shape of the other schecter 7's, or I don't like the finish. The only reason i'd get the schecter over the agile would be if I wanted to get a guitar with EMGs.
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