#1
http://www.thomann.de/gb/jackson_rr3_randy_rhodes.htm

Are RR3s good guitars? I've not had the chance to try one out just yet, but i don't wanna waste my time with a bad guitar.

My rents want to sort out an 18th birthday present in the shape of a guitar, and i like the specs of the above.

It'll be going through a Bugera 333xl, no need for "New amp"

i play blues to black metal.

cheers fellas.
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#2
if it has everything you want, go for it. but i would try it out first, before you buy. i didn't really like the neck on the one i tired, but otherwise, yes, it's a good guitar
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#3
Give it a try first, the thin neck and RR shape isn't for everyone. With that said, the pickups will work well for both metal and blues.
#4
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Give it a try first, the thin neck and RR shape isn't for everyone. With that said, the pickups will work well for both metal and blues.

yep, what does it have JB/59? or JB/Jazz?
thats got you coverd for pretty much everything either way
it's hard to play with sitting, but if you play standing, its one of the best sounding & best looking guitars in the range
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#5
try it. jackson pro's are great guitars. some people dont like the necks, but i love mine. try it first, because every guitar is different and you might like more certain RR than another one.
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yep, what does it have JB/59? or JB/Jazz?
thats got you coverd for pretty much everything either way
it's hard to play with sitting, but if you play standing, its one of the best sounding & best looking guitars in the range

JB/jazz
#7
the LFR decent qaulity?

Im savvy with the shape, my sisters boyfriends got an alexi that he lets me play, and i've been playing in the classical positon for 6 years :P
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#8
The Jackson LFRs are great.
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yep, what does it have JB/59? or JB/Jazz?
thats got you coverd for pretty much everything either way
it's hard to play with sitting, but if you play standing, its one of the best sounding & best looking guitars in the range



It's easy to play sitting in reality once you adjust to it. Rhoads proved that! so have many more.

Yes it's worth the purchase.
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