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Yamaha RGX user reviews

  • Tascam DP-004

    Tascam DP-004 - "No AC adapter included"

    12/11/12

    The Tascam DP-004 has 2 ¼ microphone inputs and records in WAV format. You can record up to 2 tracks simultaneously but playback 4 at the same time. There are no effects on this console, it would have been nice to at least have some studio reverb of …

  • Tascam DP-004

    Tascam DP-004 - "Tascam DP-004 Pocket Studio does the job"

    08/06/12

    So if you are looking to lay down the tracks to your new EP, this isn't the one for you. If you are looking to lay down tracks for some rough ideas and put some basic tracks together, this can be a very nice tool to begin to chart out song ideas or …

  • Yamaha RGX112

    Yamaha RGX112 - "Cool budget superstrat"

    01/26/12

    The Yamaha RGX 112 is one of the lower level superstrats in the RGX line of guitars. Its features are pretty basic to keep the costs down but overall it still feels like a quality instrument. It features a sculpted agathis body, maple neck with rosew…

  • Yamaha RGX612S

    Yamaha RGX612S - "Another winner"

    12/13/11

    The Yamaha RGX612S is yet another take on the Ibanez esque superstrat from the late eighties. It was built in Taiwan and featured an alder body, maple neck, rosewood fretboard with 24 frets, Yamaha Rockin' Magic Pro locking tremolo and a standard pas…

  • Yamaha RGX1212S

    Yamaha RGX1212S - "Another killer shredder"

    12/11/11

    The Yamaha RGX1212s is another guitar built by Yamaha to answer to the shred market of the late eighties. This particular one was top of the line and featured neck through construction. The overall design, fit/finish and tone is almost exactly on par…

  • Yamaha RGX612A

    Yamaha RGX612A - "Underrated shredder"

    12/11/11

    The Yamaha RGX612A was built by Yamaha in the late eighties to compete with the Ibanez, Jackson/Charvel and Kramer guitars that were so popular for rock and metal styles of the time. It was built in Taiwan and was a reasonably high end instrument bac…

  • Yamaha RGX112P

    Yamaha RGX112P - moosers's review

    08/03/11

    The Yamaha RGX 112P is an electric guitar, best suited for a beginner. I don't own this guitar but my roommate, who is not primarily a guitar player, has it for messing around with. I've messed around with it a bit myself and it's actually not bad …

  • Yamaha RGX121S

    Yamaha RGX121S - "Yamaha RGX121S"

    01/26/11

    Black Satin finish, 22 frets, 9 gauge standard ernie ball. I have been playing for nearly 10 years on guitar and piano for almost 18 years now. I have been doing mostly just studio work, mostly my own progressive rock compositions. I am a very electi…

  • Tascam DP-004

    Tascam DP-004 - "Tascam DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio"

    11/01/09

    I'm not really an accomplished player or anything, but I like to record little dittys every now and then and needed something little for that purpose. I'm not in a band. I like country, rock, and top 40 or pop stuff. I read a book about songwriting a…

  • Yamaha RGXA2

    Yamaha RGXA2 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    03/09/09

    (Originally written by Ezechiel/translated from Audiofanzine FR) UTILIZATION The main advantage of the guitar is its weight and that's also the reason I bought it. The machine heads look good at first sight but their shape present some …