#1
Hey Folks!

I found an Ibanez RX series guitar. It was made in 1989, but that's all the seller knows. It cost about 175$ (I bought my RG320 for 265$). Would that worth the money? The link for some pictures is down below

http://gitarshop.hu/hu/hirdetes/227255/elado-ibanez-elektromos-gitar
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#3
I love cheap ass guitars like that one. Buy it OP, if it sounds like shit, change the electronics and you'll have yourself a cheap Ibanez AT-100
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#4
The seller say the body was made by mahogany, witch is interesting, has 1 piece maple neck, and it's made in Korea.
Maybe I will give a try... love the looks, and if it has a great neck I'll buy it.
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Jackson Perfomer MIJ (SD Custom 5/Hot Rails)
Blackstar HT Club 40
Artec Parametic EQ
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Planet Waves PW CT04 Tuner
E flat tuning
#5
No, I have been playing one for almost 12 years. They go for like $40 on ebay a lot and you should just get the higher end version, the RX240, for that price.
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#6
Quote by Kyleisthename
No, I have been playing one for almost 12 years. They go for like $40 on ebay a lot and you should just get the higher end version, the RX240, for that price.

Yeah, but when they got here (Hungary) they're duoble the price, or even more...
Gear:
Jackson Perfomer MIJ (SD Custom 5/Hot Rails)
Blackstar HT Club 40
Artec Parametic EQ
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Planet Waves PW CT04 Tuner
E flat tuning
#7
The neck on it isnt lined up properly. Notice that the bass strings move closer to the edge of the board the further up the neck you go where as the treble strings move further away from the edge of the board.
#8
Quote by Kyleisthename
No, I have been playing one for almost 12 years. They go for like $40 on ebay a lot and you should just get the higher end version, the RX240, for that price.

American prices aren't comparable to European prices.
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