#1
I'm selling this beautiful guitar, Jackson Randy Rhoads STD, made in Japan in the 1993 (when the japan made were the same quality of the USA made, and anyway way better than the ones made in those years).

It has 22 frets, Seymour Duncan JB/Jazz pickups, 3 control (2 vol. + 1 tone), neck through construction.

Changed the original pickups with the Seymour Duncans, with the guitar I'll give you also the original pickups, and a (very comfortable) original soft case.

I sell it for 850€, but if you propose me a different price I'll consider it.
Since the shipping (obviously) depends on the country I have to ship, I'll take agreements with the buyer about it.

Here some photos: http://imageshack.us/g/1/9794081/


I don't speak a perfect english and I know it so if you didn't understand something feel free to ask me, I'll try to explain me better (and obviously also if you understood everything but still have some question )

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#4
He's saying it's part of the Jackson Standard line and therefore isn't worth as much as you're asking, I'm sorry to say.
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ESP/LTD SN-1000
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Ormsby SX6 prototype
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#5
Er, since it's in euros, I'm not sure, but it'd be about $400 USD.... >.>
Legion!
Original 1969 Fender Jazzmaster
Jackson JS32R Dinky "Curry"
ESP/LTD SN-1000
Jackson Stars Kelly "Aiko"
Ormsby SX6 prototype
Dingwall NG-2 "Kimmy"
MiM Fender Jazz Bass "Pancho"
EVH 5153
#6
Jackson Standard line made in 1993 was totally different from a today's standard.
I mean, I tried many guitars before buyin that one, and I assure you that this is way better than many newer (and more expansive) American made I tried.

Anyway if you're interested and wanna propose a different price I'll consider it (but 400$ is too less of what I was expecting to make)
#7
I've changed my mind and I reduce the price to 850€.
As I said before, if you'll propose me a different price I'll consider it.