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|01-18-2004 05:53 AM|
What? For only 175 Euro's? That would even be a better deal! Saves a bucket of paint... of course it's nice to create your own guitar.. but it's a little bad timing at this moment for me... maybe messing (Pickups e.d.)with a complete one will be a better idea..
Thanks all for the comments!
|01-09-2004 11:27 PM|
The H-S-S configuration was the RG560. The older ones without the AANJ were (are) great guitars. Well made, good quality. I like the old ones better than the new ones, with the exception of the neck joint, and I'm really pretty indifferent about that. However, for about 175 Euros, you could buy complete old-style RG's guitars off eBay all day long (plus shipping of course).
That said, the make GREAT project guitars. I've got three RG500-series guitars lined up for projects myself.
|01-09-2004 09:32 PM|
|Sadegh||There are no pickups in it.. It has a hum-sing-sing configuration... I could put a Breed and two Fast Tracks in there... but that's another subject on another forum...|
|01-09-2004 07:24 PM|
Originally Posted by nuno
|01-09-2004 12:22 PM|
|nuno||earlier RGs were BETTER then the '90 ones. go for it and you won't regret, you'll just have to swap the pickups, unless they are IBZ/USA.|
|01-09-2004 11:37 AM|
Old RG from the 80's... anybody some info on them?
Hi, does anybody know something about the early RG's with only one humbucker and two single coils and no all-access neck joint? Was their quality good? Very good? Same as the latest RG's? Somebody is offering one of those RG's Body, neck, half the tremlo... (needs new paintjob) for 130 euro's.. maybe a nice try-out guitar? Or shall I just stick with my JEM77DY and don't waste the money?