#1
So I'm picking up a new guitar next week, and I found one of these. In brand new condition. Like it's never left the guitar store condition.

And it's only $350. I've heard the RGT's are very comparable to Prestiges? Does $350 sound like a good price?
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#2
i have an rgt42dx something or other. flat black finish. i paid full price brand new for it and i love it. i wouldnt be afraid to buy 1 for 350
#3
I wouldn't compare it to a prestige, but it certainly has some nice features for that price.
I'd drop 350$ easily.

Edit: Depends on the bridge and how much you use it.
The hardtail would be ideal, but the edge 3 isnt quite as bad as its reputation.
Ive had my edge 3 for four years and its still fine.
The lo-trs 2 on the other hand should be completely avoided.
Last edited by StonedColdCrazy at Jan 15, 2012,
#4
Thanks guys.
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#5
Not compareable to prestige. Neck thru is fairly nice though. If its the hardtail i'd jump on it... if its a model with a trem i wouldnt..
#6
I'd highly recommend it for that price.
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#7
It's a floating bridge, but I'm planning on blocking it anyway, so will it matter what the bridge is?
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