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11-29-2012 08:41 PM
RGTFanatic
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by Takin' a Ride View Post
There's a totally gorgeous Japan-only RGT3120VV on eBay right now. 300824045316

I feel like $1300 is totally fair for that guitar.
That's actually a 3170, but your right.......never seen outside Japan.

Great price too...the last 3170 I saw was a TV going for $2100 and some change.
11-29-2012 08:01 PM
khaas
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by Takin' a Ride View Post
There's a totally gorgeous Japan-only RGT3120VV on eBay right now. 300824045316

I feel like $1300 is totally fair for that guitar.
I'd appeciate you guys NOT pointing out stuff like this to me.
11-29-2012 09:15 AM
rty13ibz98
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by JTM45 View Post
I'd take the RGT3120 with the Lo-Pro over the EdgePro version every time!!!
I greatly favour the Lo-Pro (and original Edge) in use and imo they just make any guitar fitted with one look so much nicer also.
Same with the older ('03 and before) S-Series and the same era J-Custom RG's too, and let's not forget the USA Exotic Wood Customs, USRG's and of course, the American Masters!!!!
Guess i'm just a hardcore pre EdgePro era RG fanatic all the way. I wish they still made all the RG-Art/Paint type models too. They excited me in ways that very, very few (...if any) of the current Ibanez line-up does.
old school guy here, too.

out of the 20+ ibanez solidbodies with trems, all of them are lo-pros, but 2. those 2 have edges. plus i feel that ibanez had some of the coolest guitars in the late 90's with the original prestiges. now it seems more of a location designator as opposed to a quality stamp, but that's just my opinion.

rich
11-29-2012 07:29 AM
Takin' a Ride
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

There's a totally gorgeous Japan-only RGT3120VV on eBay right now. 300824045316

I feel like $1300 is totally fair for that guitar.
11-29-2012 12:54 AM
JTM45
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

I'd take the RGT3120 with the Lo-Pro over the EdgePro version every time!!!
I greatly favour the Lo-Pro (and original Edge) in use and imo they just make any guitar fitted with one look so much nicer also.
Same with the older ('03 and before) S-Series and the same era J-Custom RG's too, and let's not forget the USA Exotic Wood Customs, USRG's and of course, the American Masters!!!!
Guess i'm just a hardcore pre EdgePro era RG fanatic all the way. I wish they still made all the RG-Art/Paint type models too. They excited me in ways that very, very few (...if any) of the current Ibanez line-up does.
11-13-2012 04:45 PM
HoosierDaddy
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

Very Cool..
Tim
11-10-2012 07:22 PM
iamdunker1
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

here is my 2003 rgt3120 with the edge pro.



it is actually listed in the forum classifieds
11-05-2012 10:03 PM
rty13ibz98
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by RGTFanatic View Post
LMAO!!! I just buy the old one's.......it calms the GAS while saving some $$
dig this, too


rich
11-05-2012 09:19 PM
RGTFanatic
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by HoosierDaddy View Post
Thanks RGT. Hell, I might have to get another S series guitar, as I always liked them a lot too. .Too many guitars and not enough time or money.. LOL..
Tim
LMAO!!! I just buy the old one's.......it calms the GAS while saving some $$
11-05-2012 08:55 PM
HoosierDaddy
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

Thanks RGT. Hell, I might have to get another S series guitar, as I always liked them a lot too. .Too many guitars and not enough time or money.. LOL..
Tim
11-05-2012 08:51 PM
RGTFanatic
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by HoosierDaddy View Post
beautiful guitars.. Thanks so much guys..
Tim
Hope you find one you like Tim!!

Just to throw a twist on things........There was also an H-S-H RGT3170 available in the Japanese market. It came in trans red, trans violet, and vintage violin. I think 2003 was it's only year.
11-05-2012 08:40 PM
HoosierDaddy
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

beautiful guitars.. Thanks so much guys..
Tim
11-05-2012 07:53 AM
Takin' a Ride
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

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Originally Posted by RGTFanatic View Post
My Lo-Pro equipped RGT3120......it's an '02

One of these with a white Crunch Lab/Liquifire set just popped up on eBay.
11-02-2012 06:18 PM
rty13ibz98
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

2002 RGT3120 are the only ones i care for. i will end up with a purple one as well someday.


rich
11-02-2012 05:36 PM
RGTFanatic
Re: What Model Neck Thru with Edge?

My Lo-Pro equipped RGT3120......it's an '02

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