#1
I find a Jackson RR3 Rhoads on ebay and I think I'm gonna buy it for £120 (new its like £400 and something quid)

Anyway, is it any good or does it suck?

Thanks
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#2
It's pretty good, my friend has a one and it's pretty nice.
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#3
yes they are and with that marshall VS it should kick butt you will like it just make shure that every thing is ok with it you are getting it from ebay.
#4
They aren't bad guitars. The heel can get annoying at times, but you'll get used to it and you won't notice it as much. Good thing too is that they got rid of those pissy Duncan Designed pickups like my old one had and replaced them with real Duncans.
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#5
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They aren't bad guitars. The heel can get annoying at times, but you'll get used to it and you won't notice it as much. Good thing too is that they got rid of those pissy Duncan Designed pickups like my old one had and replaced them with real Duncans.


You're kidding about the pickups? I have a WRXT and that's still stuck with the duncan designed pups. Bring on the WR3!
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Hi. Can someone tell me which guitars are real 24 fret guitars and which are just 22 fret guitars with 2 extra frets added on?


http://www.youtube.com/user/Joeseffel


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#7
That's a good price, especially if it's a newer one with the real JB/Jazz pickup combo.

That said, a bolt neck Rhodes seems to defeat the purpose of playing a V in the first place - effortless access up the neck. In every other sense Vs are a pain - they won't sit on stands, need special cases etc.
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#8
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That's a good price, especially if it's a newer one with the real JB/Jazz pickup combo.

That said, a bolt neck Rhodes seems to defeat the purpose of playing a V in the first place - effortless access up the neck. In every other sense Vs are a pain - they won't sit on stands, need special cases etc.

Dont have a problem putting my rhoads on a stand.
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#9
That's a good deal. Go for it, with that price you won't even be sorry for making a mistake (guitar-wise - like what model is good for you) because you can get rid of it for even a higher price.

Unless it's faulty somehow. Make sure it ain't :P