#1
I hear a lot of people saying the RGs are very common. But I've never seen famous people playing them outside the 80s and early 90s. I've seen a bunch of people play S's though. I pretty much only see Gibsons, Fenders, ESP's, and Jacksons at shows.
#2
Jani (Ex Sonata Arctica)
Chris Boderick
That's two whole people right there.
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#5
John Petrucci of Dream Theater, Josh Rand of Stone Sour, Mick Thomson of Slipknot, Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and more. Ok some of them aren't the greatest guitarists but they're still guitarists from late 90s and 21st century
#6
take a look at ibanezs website
the have over 100 sponsored artists who use them,
linkin park
megadeth
the rhythm guy who works with vai
meshuggah
offspring
the list goes on a while....
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#7
who cares about rg's?


WOOO ESP!
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#8
Most of the ones in the US play 7 strings, neck-throughs, or mahogany RGs. I don't really think of anything other than a basswood bolt-on RG as a real RG.
#9
A fair share of mathcore and deathcore artists.
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oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)
#10
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Most of the ones in the US play 7 strings, neck-throughs, or mahogany RGs. I don't really think of anything other than a basswood bolt-on RG as a real RG.



Well then you're a narrow minded fool.

...ok sir, you have out-smarted me.
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Last edited by ILuvPillows? at Mar 17, 2009,
#11
I mean a traditional RG. Would you consider an alder Les Paul to be a traditional Les Paul?
#12
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who cares about rg's?


WOOO ESP!


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