#2
Working link here! i think!!
http://www.dv247.com/invt/60867/


even though i can google, the link dont work bro
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Last edited by conor1148 at Mar 26, 2009,
#4
I think it's a fairly good guitar. Very solid, well made. Very versatile. I tried my friend's RGA42 out and I loved it.
#6
His higher end signatures are good, but the lower ones, eh. pickups are a bit bland. it's kind of a cheap version of his guitar. You'll be much better off with the RGA42, i guarantee ya that.
#7
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yeah sorry, the link posted above me is correct.


glad i could help


anyways, i think its a pretty neat guitar. i like the finishes it comes with
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#8
it seems like its very price worthy ( the rga )
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Last edited by Jaekae at Mar 27, 2009,
#9
I also used to like the KH signatures. Good guitars and stunning looks, but the price doesn't justify the quality you get. You pay for a mid to higher range guitar, but in fact you get a low to mid range guitar with Kirk's signature on it (reffering to the KH-202).

You'll be better of buying the Ibanez.