#1
I come across these about 4 years ago but i have forgotten the name of the brand,
Any help?!

GUITAR
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#2
I cant remember the name, but I played one and I am unsurprised they went bust.

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#5
Quote by M4RK3H
Oh clearly a bad guitar then?



****ing shit.

To put it politely.

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#6
That almost looks like a Breedlove logo on the headstock, but I don't know.
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#7
+1 to what Tom said. They were horrible. The fact we don't remember the name is for the best
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#8
Glad I spotted this thread - I've seen them come up on ebay a couple of times and thought about getting one because they look different.

At least now I know not to bother - if they were so bad they went bust, it's no wonder I've never found one in a store to try it out.
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#10
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Even the body shape tells you not to buy one.

Seconded.

Bloody awful :vomit:
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#11
The body plastics were actually interchangable just incase you wanted a different colour.

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#12
They remind me of popsicles...

I bet they sound like them too.
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#13
the brand is RKS. a shop by me has a couple of used ones - one is £500 the other is £750. i've never bothered to pay much attention to them tbh, because plastic guitars just don't appeal to me.

if i can find the time i might pay a visit to that shop and give them a try just out of curiosity - i doubt they'll be selling one anytime soon
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#14
Damn they look really weird and unique, such a shame it's a plastic body, but thanks everyone for replies
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