Jackson RR3 Randy Rhoads
+
Jackson RR3 Randy Rhoads

RR3 Randy Rhoads, V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Jackson in the Pro series.

Gortch 04/20/2008

Jackson RR3 Randy Rhoads : Gortch's user review

4

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Submit
  • Email
It's a Japanese guitar
it has a Bolt with 22 boxes
Seymour Duncan
easel-like floyd
there is a knob for volume and two microphones for I believe
look at it is responsible, super geule!

UTILIZATION

The neck is super enjoyable, trs end, and the V-shape allows the ACCS Acute easy (even if it was not the comfort of a neck-through). It's a lightweight guitar, no back pain after 5 minutes of play. She is not hyper, but balance is not bad, a varies straps I used too. To play it is not unpleasant sitting (unlike her sister KingV), just play like a classical guitar.
S'obtiens sound without problems.

SOUNDS

I took this guitar to play metal and it fulfills its role, it has a sound and sharp prcis that does not bleed but the pickups are pretty cool, it's going for the blast but its clear they lack the gloss . I tried on an old marshall master lead combo and a fender twin and there's not to say there is that the marshall and gain a background for it to pass. I will soon receive a randall RH150, I hope it will have a big sound microphones are the only vritable weakness of this instrument.

EDIT 20/04/08:

I changed the SETTING THE scratching for a drop of C, I also brought the microphone cords and sounds really better! the Randall (I finally REU) is also something. I'll change the note because with the most suitable rglages like scratching the road!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 6 months. I love the look and finish, but it's a shame they do not like a better sound (maybe I'll change the pickups a few times). I bought on a whim after seeing a skyscraper of the same shape in a live Sepultura 1994. I think I will not repeat that choice. later can be, I am interested in a guitar the same shape but with other pickups.