#4
Meh


$250 tops.

The SD doesnt add any value and I think thats either a LoTRS trem or Edge III,

not always a bad thing, but not worth $400

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#5
Jump on it. Try to haggle if you can, but it's not really necessary - That's a really great price.

I'm assuming the previous posters don't really know a whole lot about the nuances of different Ibanez models, but RGT models go for around $800 new, and they are very high quality compared to the run of the mill RG's. They are the very highest you can go before breaking into Prestige Territory.
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#6
Quote by Offworld92
Jump on it. Try to haggle if you can, but it's not really necessary - That's a really great price.

I'm assuming the previous posters don't really know a whole lot about the nuances of different Ibanez models, but RGT models go for around $800 new, and they are very high quality compared to the run of the mill RG's. They are the very highest you can go before breaking into Prestige Territory.



I know the nuances thanks, and no they arent higher quality, the T just stands for tremelo, with a set neck as opposed to bolt on and that it was built in Korea ( I assume thats the case as the older ones certainly where )

Which in this case is the sub par Edge III along side mediocre pickups.

$250 is a far price for a lower to mid range guitar thats not in standard condition, with an infamous trem and commonly know to be sub par pickups.

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#7
Quote by Tom 1.0
I know the nuances thanks, and no they arent higher quality, the T just stands for tremelo, with a set neck as opposed to bolt on and that it was built in Korea ( I assume thats the case as the older ones certainly where )

Which in this case is the sub par Edge III along side mediocre pickups.

$250 is a far price for a lower to mid range guitar thats not in standard condition, with an infamous trem and commonly know to be sub par pickups.


The T stands for thru neck, not tremolo. If it stood for tremolo, nearly every RG ever made would have a T on it. It's a thru neck, not a set neck. Like I said before, as you confirmed by stating where they were made, they are the best RG's you can get before entering Prestige territory, and that is a good price. How is half or more off of brand new price not a good price?

EDIT: I did a bit of research, and Tom is more correct than I thought originally. I would have been right, if this was one of the originals. It looks like this one is one of the post 2007 ones though.

You can see yourself here. http://ibanez.wikia.com/wiki/RGT42DX

Even with that though, I still stand by it being a good price. RGT's are getting harder and harder to find. Regardless of the Edge III, it still has a higher build quality than most RG's.
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Last edited by Offworld92 at Sep 17, 2010,