#1
Im not sure what RR it is, i havent seen any with dot inlays. Could the neck have been replaced? its a jackson neck
#2
30 seconds with google suggests it's a RR JS-35

Ooops - it's not that - the JS-35 doesn't have the black plastic on it - it appears to be a JS seried though.
Last edited by mark_wuk at Jul 15, 2010,
#3
Yeah that's weird. Looks like a Jackson RR3 body with a Dimebucker. The only RR I've seen with dot inlays is the JSR, I think.


Quote by mark_wuk
30 seconds with google suggests it's a RR JS-35

Ooops - it's not that - the JS-35 doesn't have the black plastic on it - it appears to be a JS seried though.


Are you blind?



There's no maple top on that. The bodies hardly look alike, too.
Last edited by r0ckth3d34n at Jul 15, 2010,
#6
its lefty, i can tell that pic aint reversed (cuz i can read the seymour duncan letters on dimebucker) so that should narrow it down alot, go to jackson palace or somthing

EDIT: if the neck is replaced, chances are that it is a bolt on, and jackson RR models are usually only bolt ons in cheap series, like students or Js series, if it isn't it has dot inlays, indicating it may be a student or js series, but it is not near new for all i can tell, as jackson hasn't made a budget lefty RR a few years
Eh.
Last edited by Himelnator at Jul 15, 2010,
#8
Quote by Himelnator
its lefty, i can tell that pic aint reversed (cuz i can read the seymour duncan letters on dimebucker) so that should narrow it down alot, go to jackson palace or somthing

EDIT: if the neck is replaced, chances are that it is a bolt on, and jackson RR models are usually only bolt ons in cheap series, like students or Js series, if it isn't it has dot inlays, indicating it may be a student or js series, but it is not near new for all i can tell, as jackson hasn't made a budget lefty RR a few years


Also, the neck pickup is a jackson, which makes me assume it's from a cheaper line. TS, look at guitars under $600, it can't be too expensive..
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#12
I have no idea, but it's a damn nice guitar, got yourself a keeper
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#13
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#14
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#15
that is a jackson rr3 with trans red flamed maple top..they do have dot inlays..not sure of the year
#16
Might be... this. The maple top is red right?

http://www.guitarjapan.com/jackson/spec/rr03.html

Just a guess. Most likely neck changed to a normal Jackson neck.

Its a Jackson Star btw. Japanese market. If it is, even if its the low end Jackson Star, they're still marvelous.

Well even if it isn't, thats one hell of a guitar. Enjoy it.
#17
Quote by Syriel
Might be... this. The maple top is red right?

http://www.guitarjapan.com/jackson/spec/rr03.html

Just a guess. Most likely neck changed to a normal Jackson neck.

Its a Jackson Star btw. Japanese market. If it is, even if its the low end Jackson Star, they're still marvelous.

Well even if it isn't, thats one hell of a guitar. Enjoy it.



Thanks again ! the neck doesnt feel like a low end one, thats why i know it isnt a js