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V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Jackson belonging to the Pro series.

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  • mika666mika666

    Jackson RR3 .. Perfect! But ...

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 09/20/12 at 14:19
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    2 micro ringing after his tastes and colors ..
    I have put the paf joe or above those of the guitarist of Avenged Sevenfold .. But it seems to drool too ..

    On youtube you can find videos test.

    After the original ones, even as it is sharp, cold, it's made for metal what ..
    Despite that clean, jazzy style that goes ..

    UTILIZATION

    Well, well, it's a fly, not to play sitting H24 lol.
    Pulls a little to the front, some changes the location of the screw strap but I find it useful, it is not death .. Or if you call Alexis Laiho ^ ^

    Treble not great, but on a much pulling 9-46 but take the Satriani ibanez ..
    A fly in 11-56 you......
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    2 micro ringing after his tastes and colors ..
    I have put the paf joe or above those of the guitarist of Avenged Sevenfold .. But it seems to drool too ..

    On youtube you can find videos test.

    After the original ones, even as it is sharp, cold, it's made for metal what ..
    Despite that clean, jazzy style that goes ..

    UTILIZATION

    Well, well, it's a fly, not to play sitting H24 lol.
    Pulls a little to the front, some changes the location of the screw strap but I find it useful, it is not death .. Or if you call Alexis Laiho ^ ^

    Treble not great, but on a much pulling 9-46 but take the Satriani ibanez ..
    A fly in 11-56 you play something like that .. (Granted drop of course)

    SOUNDS

    I play on a Peavy, Marshall occasionally, it takes a good sound roughly ..
    After as said above, this is not the microphones ..
    Sounds, but not as I love, I want something heavy riff in balèze and it is not with the original ones ..

    Its cold in clean, accurate at all times except, yes, with the neck pickup, it drool a little ..
    But for a hard rock sound that sounds good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had almost two years, I have a yamaha with Dimarzio, your agreement you hold me longtps unlike jackson .. And this is a Yam ..
    I also have 2 Ibanez with different microphones course, but Duncan, Dimarzio, and Infinity, a signing LTD Laiho (Children of Bodom), and another lol.

    I like the shape on stage you posting YOUR style immediately.

    I remake this choice, maybe not, I will ascend to the RR1 with more microphones. Balèze of departure ..
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Jackson Randy Rhoads Jackson RR3

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 04/23/05 at 15:00
    I got this guitar from Musicians Friend and have not regreted it one bit. I paid $560 plus $40 for custom paint and got my moneys' worth. Ihave always been a Randy Rhoads freak so I had to get it to add to my collection of Rhoads guitars, (I already have the polka dot Vee and the antique white Gibson.)

    The tone is like velvet and the construction is top of the line. This is a great metal guitar but is also good for any type of music. It has such a wide variety of sounds between the two Duncan Designer Humbuckers, you can play anything from the Three Kings of Blues to eVh to Angus Young on this guitar, and still go back to all out scream with "The Flick of the Switch."

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    I got this guitar from Musicians Friend and have not regreted it one bit. I paid $560 plus $40 for custom paint and got my moneys' worth. Ihave always been a Randy Rhoads freak so I had to get it to add to my collection of Rhoads guitars, (I already have the polka dot Vee and the antique white Gibson.)

    The tone is like velvet and the construction is top of the line. This is a great metal guitar but is also good for any type of music. It has such a wide variety of sounds between the two Duncan Designer Humbuckers, you can play anything from the Three Kings of Blues to eVh to Angus Young on this guitar, and still go back to all out scream with "The Flick of the Switch."

    nothing whatsoever: I don't even need a Straplok!!

    It is also a GREAT guitar for beginners because of the flat and thin neck and its construstion and shape is perfect for developing good posture if you play sitting down or any type of classical.

    Play hard and have fun, this guitar lets you do both

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/anonymous8MGR/anonymous8

    Jackson Pro Series RR3

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 02/14/04 at 15:00
    I got it from Ostenak's Music for $959.00 (including hardcase)Canadian. I bougbt it because I've been working off a squier for a long time and decided it was time for something different.

    This guitar overall is a blast. The shape is killer, the sound is pretty nice too. The slim neck is awesome to play on and the jumbo frets make plenty of playing room as opposed to some guitars I've played with no room at all.

    I do not the like the fact that it isn't a sitting down guitar, because a lot of the time I sit down to give lessons and such. Also the bridge is a bit confusing at first and takes a bit of work to keep it in proper working order. And lastly this is mainly a soloing guitar, if......
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    I got it from Ostenak's Music for $959.00 (including hardcase)Canadian. I bougbt it because I've been working off a squier for a long time and decided it was time for something different.

    This guitar overall is a blast. The shape is killer, the sound is pretty nice too. The slim neck is awesome to play on and the jumbo frets make plenty of playing room as opposed to some guitars I've played with no room at all.

    I do not the like the fact that it isn't a sitting down guitar, because a lot of the time I sit down to give lessons and such. Also the bridge is a bit confusing at first and takes a bit of work to keep it in proper working order. And lastly this is mainly a soloing guitar, if your a chord player I don't recommend this for you.

    Overall the guitar is built beautifully. The paint job is great, the neck is amazing to play on, everything just feels right with this guitar. there are no genral problems I had except with the bridge.

    If your a sit down guitarist, don't like soloing, and have never even heard of Rhoads don't bother spending the money.If you love to solo and are a loyalist to the great Randy Rhoads this is the guitar for you.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/NickMGR/Nick

    Jackson Pro Series RR3

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 05/18/03 at 15:00
    Off of ebay for 300$!! It's used of course but it's still sexy looking.

    When I first saw and heard the late great Randy Rhoads freak out on this beautiful guitar, I had to have it. Everything about it is awesome. The lead Floyd Pickup is really hot and it really shreds like nothing else: it has the best action ever. The locking also sustains any kind of weird whammy bar/bending abuse all the time. The rosewood fretboard and sharkfin linlays are wicked too.

    Well, not a whole lot, as far as sound can be said against this guitar. The only thing that bugs me that I can't play this sitting down really. The odd (but cool) shape of this machine is just to difficult to sit with. Also, it's......
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    Off of ebay for 300$!! It's used of course but it's still sexy looking.

    When I first saw and heard the late great Randy Rhoads freak out on this beautiful guitar, I had to have it. Everything about it is awesome. The lead Floyd Pickup is really hot and it really shreds like nothing else: it has the best action ever. The locking also sustains any kind of weird whammy bar/bending abuse all the time. The rosewood fretboard and sharkfin linlays are wicked too.

    Well, not a whole lot, as far as sound can be said against this guitar. The only thing that bugs me that I can't play this sitting down really. The odd (but cool) shape of this machine is just to difficult to sit with. Also, it's jet black, so all the fingerprints are visable. Other than that, it's fine.

    Very sturdy. Hold's up well and everything. You just have to find a way to stand it up so it won't fall over beacause of the uneven "V" part.

    This is one of the defining points in my guitar playing carrer. This guitar is amazing and every aggressive, metal/hard rock player should have one.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • morgothmorgoth

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 09/16/03 at 13:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea
    Alder body
    Handle Saddle al vissbr /> Buttons Rosewood
    22 jumbo frtes
    Neck pickup Seymour Duncan Detonator humbucker
    Same as pickup
    Floyd Rose tremolo
    Volume knobs neck pickup and bridge, Ring gnrale

    UTILIZATION

    Channel TRS end, giga enjoyable play
    Access in acute super easy since it's a guitar style flying
    Ergonomics of a guitar flying can not be very easy to play while sitting or must have the technical
    Level weight more lightweight than my strat tom delonge less than 3kg
    Its crazy especially for fans of hard rock and mtal
    But the guitar is versatile qd same trs trs trs and behaves well in tt styles

    SOUNDS

    Fits any style of music but with a......
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    Made in Korea
    Alder body
    Handle Saddle al vissbr /> Buttons Rosewood
    22 jumbo frtes
    Neck pickup Seymour Duncan Detonator humbucker
    Same as pickup
    Floyd Rose tremolo
    Volume knobs neck pickup and bridge, Ring gnrale

    UTILIZATION

    Channel TRS end, giga enjoyable play
    Access in acute super easy since it's a guitar style flying
    Ergonomics of a guitar flying can not be very easy to play while sitting or must have the technical
    Level weight more lightweight than my strat tom delonge less than 3kg
    Its crazy especially for fans of hard rock and mtal
    But the guitar is versatile qd same trs trs trs and behaves well in tt styles

    SOUNDS

    Fits any style of music but with a versatile trs prdominance mtal for hard rock and it's a Randy Rhoads (guitarist who played with Ozzy Osbourne)
    Behringer Blue Devil GX 112, V-AMP2

    OVERALL OPINION

    4 months of use and I'm crazy about this guitar (maybe not as much as my girlfriend even qd)
    + Points: guitar head
    Points -: no
    Price not trs trs lev for a guitar of this quality 800 euros
    IT'S THE BALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Anonymous

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 12/01/03 at 06:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I RR3 with the head "reverse" and Seymour Duncan design
    (See photos on my profile ...)
    made in Japan.
    22 boxes
    bought new about 6000 francs 3 years ago

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is pleasant trs, trs wide end, ideal for sweeping! it requires an adjustment period for those who used to play on the neck like Gibson.
    Then, for Access in acute .... frankly, I find it terrible ca.
    this guitar is relatively lgre and despite its particular form can even play sitting on (set to "classic"). it is not too bad equilibrated (given the shape!), but AC looks a little bit of the head of the cot when you are playing up and we loose the handle ... but hey, it's really not Gnant as you play!......
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    I RR3 with the head "reverse" and Seymour Duncan design
    (See photos on my profile ...)
    made in Japan.
    22 boxes
    bought new about 6000 francs 3 years ago

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is pleasant trs, trs wide end, ideal for sweeping! it requires an adjustment period for those who used to play on the neck like Gibson.
    Then, for Access in acute .... frankly, I find it terrible ca.
    this guitar is relatively lgre and despite its particular form can even play sitting on (set to "classic"). it is not too bad equilibrated (given the shape!), but AC looks a little bit of the head of the cot when you are playing up and we loose the handle ... but hey, it's really not Gnant as you play! (no relation to a BC Rich "Iron Bird / Injouabledebout!")
    the floyd is the road I never support it as a sick but even using it often takes the tuning ca nikel!

    SOUNDS

    The sound?
    for metal saturation is excellent for most acute with the microphone, frankly ca "crash" and it's clean! Revenge in the micro serious lack of "punch" of grain and PersonAll. (As a result I almost never use it: damages for solos!)
    except for the metal autrechose that is not even bother!
    the clean sound is really not great (better have a good multi-effects to correct AC), it sounds "flat", not brilliant, and acute micro saturates quickly ... but good anyway this guitar n ' no t designed for the "blues / jazz man".
    even the handle, which is more oriented "modern games" (sweeping, taping, jumping rope) that "traditional games rock" (run off and end no question of passing the thumb over the neck except for ... big hands!)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for about three years. I had other guitars and I test a lot since then.

    good, you really have to be blind and deaf to not realize that this guitar is for a unique style of music.

    report quality price ... I think these guitars (Jackson, BC Rich ... etc) is way over priced for what it is! you pays particular look and brand, everyone plays jackson and prices escalated ... cot manufacturing is the big industry, Scher left the wood just 4 months and they'll back a guitar with that! for those who are fond of the look, I advise them to move (for the same price) instead of LAG or MOSQUITO.

    we can not say whether it be a guitar shit but anyway I would do not have that choice! next time, I will buy a "real" instrument, like Vigier Excalibur, or a MusicMan GAUDIN ....( good on it ... it's not the same price ...)

    + what I love: the look, the handle, the microphone saturation in acute ... excellent for metal and hard rock
    what I like least: no trs versatile, micro serious (but hey, you can always change it!), clear sound

    I put as global rating 7 / 10 for the report MAKING METAL / qualitPRIX
    if I were to note the report VERSATILITY / quality / price I would have put a note of 5 / 10
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  • cortzancortzan

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 06/05/06 at 11:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2 humbucker Seymour Duncan
    A 3 position pickup selector
    1 tone knob
    2 volume knob
    A floyd rose bridge
    Unfortunately only 22 Frets

    UTILIZATION

    Nice round end
    The access to acute, is fairly easy, it's a normal flying
    That will be a flying, it is a little hard to play sitting but when we found the technique is good;)

    Rather well-balanced guitar, it looks a little annoying but c'es pa ... it weighs 4.2 kg I think

    On the treble when you got the fingers of potatoes is not terrible, but the power of the pickups are excellent

    Only problem is with the floyd rose, as when any change in diameter of rope, you got the floyd derived by a rather boring background and c
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    2 humbucker Seymour Duncan
    A 3 position pickup selector
    1 tone knob
    2 volume knob
    A floyd rose bridge
    Unfortunately only 22 Frets

    UTILIZATION

    Nice round end
    The access to acute, is fairly easy, it's a normal flying
    That will be a flying, it is a little hard to play sitting but when we found the technique is good;)

    Rather well-balanced guitar, it looks a little annoying but c'es pa ... it weighs 4.2 kg I think

    On the treble when you got the fingers of potatoes is not terrible, but the power of the pickups are excellent

    Only problem is with the floyd rose, as when any change in diameter of rope, you got the floyd derived by a rather boring background and c

    SOUNDS

    Personally I am a bottom, and company in the metal, but it happens, from time to time to touch the blues.
    It suits my style, it fits very well in the rock 'n roll, metal, and other ...
    Even if it is not made to play jazz and another, it still gives a good sound.
    I play on a 30 amp washburn vga
    It disting real difference between the microphone near the handle and one near the bridge.

    It has a sound that stands out, but you can do better on it ca

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months
    I like its looks (I have black)
    I can not say I try to open before falling over, I relied on the opinion of each
    I bought € 420 (excluding tax & shipping not live on the mainland)
    So I can say it has a good value for money

    With experience, I would contribute more to another guitar, but with a budget of less than € 500 I n'ésiterez not
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  • budupbudup

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 10/24/06 at 08:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3 position selector
    Seymour Duncan Humbucker 2 Micro
    2 volume knob
    1 tone knob
    Floyd Rose tremolo
    22 Frets

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    Channel End Pleasant

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    However, the frets are so légerments too big, j'obterais finest that the jumbo Eto

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    The body is more or less balanced, the head slightly heavy but no more
    It weighs 4.2kg ^ ^

    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...
    So, the harmonics are no problems, not have to strain like a patient on the ropes for much vaire ring, the more I find the tone not so good
    His rather dry, but not so warm to my taste .........
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    3 position selector
    Seymour Duncan Humbucker 2 Micro
    2 volume knob
    1 tone knob
    Floyd Rose tremolo
    22 Frets

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it fun?
    Channel End Pleasant

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    However, the frets are so légerments too big, j'obterais finest that the jumbo Eto

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    The body is more or less balanced, the head slightly heavy but no more
    It weighs 4.2kg ^ ^

    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...
    So, the harmonics are no problems, not have to strain like a patient on the ropes for much vaire ring, the more I find the tone not so good
    His rather dry, but not so warm to my taste ...

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    I play a little bit of spinning tops jazz, blues, but I'm more focused on the metal, so .. I can say that in terms of metal, the pickups are not best suited for nan, they released a probe Trof cold .. I have a washburn mg340 more low-end distortion and the sound is more aggressive baucoup

    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    - Washburn VGA 30 / Leaney TF-300 / Pioner 3000 and its more or less well suited for this award but it's more the style of the guitar is the boss that his .. find it little better for her at this price

    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    Not crystal clear top ... is fairly flat is too powerful especially on the treble without any pedals

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    For a little over 6 months

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Nah not really I bought it via notices Audiofanzine

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Too expensive, as the look is great but the sound is much to see

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    No, I would put more money in another guitar without a new look
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  • laiho95laiho95

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 06/04/07 at 23:55
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    - In which country was it made?
    This is a guitar made in japan!

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    Unfortunately, 22 frets, the pickups are two Seymour Duncan

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    Floyd Rose Licensed

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    A selector 3 positions and 3 pots (2 volumes and one tone)

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    Yes, yes, the stick is more enjoyable, but coming from Jackson it does not surprise me!

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    Yes enough, despite the heel can easily go to the 22nd fret

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    ......
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    - In which country was it made?
    This is a guitar made in japan!

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    Unfortunately, 22 frets, the pickups are two Seymour Duncan

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    Floyd Rose Licensed

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    A selector 3 positions and 3 pots (2 volumes and one tone)

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    Yes, yes, the stick is more enjoyable, but coming from Jackson it does not surprise me!

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    Yes enough, despite the heel can easily go to the 22nd fret

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    In terms of form ... must love! I find this guitar extremely lightweight ergonomic good enough!

    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...
    I find I play on a 15W Behringer jpeux and tell you that the sound is niquel, long live the seymour duncan!

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    Yes totally, I play death metal!

    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    As mentioned above, a 15W Behringer (for now)

    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    Whether bold or its lens, the sound is really niquel, I really do not know what to say about this guitar!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for the past 48 hours, what I like least in this guitar is a sore thigh that gives you when you play too much sitting! ^ ^ And what I like most ... sound quite versatile Duncan, the look, and especially his sleeve! Before I tried to buy a Jackson PS-3 and an LTD EX 400 black diamond (which is also a very good guitar) and I definitely took the RR3! The value for money is not good either be excellent, this guitar shows good jackson! The future will tell me if I made the right choice!
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  • TrittTritt

    Jackson RR3 Randy RhoadsPublished on 06/15/07 at 04:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Guitar made in Japan
    nothing special to add.

    - Look
    to die for, this guitar is beautiful, as soon as I saw in the window I could not resist. It is crimson red and has no pickguard (and that's good I think it's ugly). The chrome hardware is beautiful, it is even engraved on the inside, not really there's no shit in Jackson are masters in design.

    - 2 humbuckers Seymour Duncan "designed"
    a real shit these microphones are a disgrace to the brand Seymour Duncan, the sound is dirty and cold, I quickly rushed to exchange them against a kit EMG 81 / 85 which, really pierces your ass. After I may be unlucky because on other criticism of this guitar has some genuine Seymour Duncan......
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    - Guitar made in Japan
    nothing special to add.

    - Look
    to die for, this guitar is beautiful, as soon as I saw in the window I could not resist. It is crimson red and has no pickguard (and that's good I think it's ugly). The chrome hardware is beautiful, it is even engraved on the inside, not really there's no shit in Jackson are masters in design.

    - 2 humbuckers Seymour Duncan "designed"
    a real shit these microphones are a disgrace to the brand Seymour Duncan, the sound is dirty and cold, I quickly rushed to exchange them against a kit EMG 81 / 85 which, really pierces your ass. After I may be unlucky because on other criticism of this guitar has some genuine Seymour Duncan which obviously changes everything.

    - Floyd Jackson
    Then I siterais no names but I saw a review on something like "yeah the floyd is not bad too I m'exite dessu and sometimes it takes the agreement." Frankly, this thing is crap, it is likely the same for all Floyds at least those that price (yes I am perhaps a ignard but I give my honest opinion). No but honestly, have a floyd is great in principle, I am the first to play with but does not agree so it spoils all the fun obtained during its use ... Furthermore, having a guitar made for metal and more able to change tuning without having to open it. That's why I'm as eager to block> 8D, and is the ultimate foot, I can always make the dive bomb but pull back so I do not care what his Disagree

    - A single knob for volume
    Yes, a single knob AND ITS JUST VERY WELL.

    - 22 round boxes screwed.

    UTILIZATION

    - 22 round boxes screwed
    It took me some time to reach me up with the saw teeth but now it's really niquel. The neck is very thin, very fast and very nice, unfortunately the damage access to the latest box is really limited ... because the main bump on the tip of the handle as it is not hollowed out like a RR1 at this time and frankly it's pretty boring but hey, we get used to it ... I wish I had 24 boxes too, but hey, it already looks a bit with 22 I dare imagine with 24 ^. ^ '

    SOUNDS

    - Style of music
    I play metal of all kinds, but mostly i like to do like everybody solos masturbage handle, and with this guitar since I turned the microphones of shit I take my foot completely>: D.

    - I play on a TonePort UX2 (external sound card special Line 6) and that's exactly what I wanted, really perfect sound we all seek in vain. Before I played on a line 6 amp and a ubermetal and it was not bad at all either.

    - I like the heavy rhythm and effective (hence the micro EMG 81) solos and sweeping clean and well rounded (thus the cut 81/85)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, I am a little harsh on the criticism but it's really a beautiful instrument.
    I love its look and cofortable gaming
    Before I had a Peavy pourrave, what a change!
    The value for money would be interresting if it was mounted with real Seymour Duncan!
    With the experience I would do so this choice without hesitation.
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