#1
The Jackson Randy Rhoads models... are they good? I've been interested in them for long time and was just wondering for opinions. I am gonna change the pickups though, but the other features have me wondering
#2
Which model exactly? Jackson do a ton of Rhoads models
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#3
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Which model exactly? Jackson do a ton of Rhoads models

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#4
Don't get any entry levels. I have one and they aren't very good for a 350 dollar guitar
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#6
Get the RR3 it's much better than the JS series RRs.
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#7
+1 on the RR3, I own one... Absolutely incredible guitar for the £300.00 I paid for it.
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#8
I've got an RR5. Very thin neck and incredibly light weight-wise. Very well made guitar. Seems very fragile though, which bothers me a bit.

Do not get any of the entry level RRs (JS-series)! They have the input jack located on the lower horn, which makes them impossible to play when you're sitting down and they're not very good value. The RR3 and up are great though! (Made in Japan)
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