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Yamaha RGX121L
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Yamaha RGX121L

STC-Shaped Guitar from Yamaha belonging to the RGX series.

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Publié le 04/30/07 à 23:53
Yamaha RGX 121 Z

Alder body
Maple neck, rosewood fingerboard
2 Pickups Yamaha Humbuckers
1 Yamaha Simple Micro
Color Red Metallic, Matte Black or Silver
22 Frets
(Copy pasted from the earlier opinions)

UTILIZATION

Channel Assé pleasant but access to acute is not easy! otherwise it is taken well in hand Assé ... but floyd Disagree everything every time! : S

SOUNDS

As said above! ell be a very clean metal or style between the two is not found there at all is very rough!
I can demo some porposé
(mg50DFX marshal and scratches only! no editing)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for almost 2 years! starting a serious evolution and I moved on the scratching me enough! the only thing I have against this guitar are the lack of precision microphones is obvious!
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