#1
So, since I'm a huge fan of Ghost and a total sheep, I decided to see if there has ever been an epiphone model of the RD released that I could purchase for a not-too extremely high sum of cash and I came across this: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-rd-artist-custom-electric-guitar#productDetail

Does anyone know if this is some long since discontinued model or something brand new that will be released in the future? The whole "pictures coming soon" thing has me hopeful and I can't find a damn thing online to point to any epiphone RD models.
#2
It's supposed to be released in the future but no word as of when as far as I know. It may even have been a false start.

On the other hand, Eastwood recently started crowdfunding a RD copy that will retail around $700, set for release in January. You can preorder them now and get a free hardcase. http://eastwoodcustoms.com/projects/eastwood-rd-artist/

Option 3 is wait for an RD reissue to pop up on reverb/ebay. I got mine for $850.
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#3
The Eastwood looks like a good deal. If you aren’t into crowdfunding there are Asian luthiers who can make one. But it’s a lot less risky to just order the Eastwood.
#4
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The Eastwood looks like a good deal. If you aren’t into crowdfunding there are Asian luthiers who can make one. But it’s a lot less risky to just order the Eastwood.


rareelectricguitars.com is a scam and a half. Never order anything from them or bring them up around here. Made in China POS ripoffs that blantantly infringe on copyright laws.
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Electra Omega Prime Ceruse
Fender Franken-Jag Bass

Amps and the like:
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Seismic Luke 2x12
Dunlop 105Q Wah
Gojira FX 808
Line 6 M9
#5
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The Eastwood looks like a good deal. If you aren’t into crowdfunding there are Asian luthiers who can make one. But it’s a lot less risky to just order the Eastwood.

Rare Electric Guitars are infamous for making fakes. Don't buy one. And for the love of god, don't buy one with a licensed trademark because that's a blatant infringement of copyright.
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#6
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The Eastwood looks like a good deal. If you aren’t into crowdfunding there are Asian luthiers who can make one. But it’s a lot less risky to just order the Eastwood.

First of all, not luthiers. Second of all, bannable offence iirc so lose the link.
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#7
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The Eastwood looks like a good deal. If you aren’t into crowdfunding there are Asian luthiers who can make one. But it’s a lot less risky to just order the Eastwood.

Really your gonna be that ****k. GTFO douche
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#8
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So, since I'm a huge fan of Ghost and a total sheep, I decided to see if there has ever been an epiphone model of the RD released that I could purchase for a not-too extremely high sum of cash and I came across this: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-rd-artist-custom-electric-guitar#productDetail

Does anyone know if this is some long since discontinued model or something brand new that will be released in the future? The whole "pictures coming soon" thing has me hopeful and I can't find a damn thing online to point to any epiphone RD models.


no. the RD was never a popular guitar and was only made for a couple of years by gibson. they are kinda hard to find but just goes to show you that all it takes is a popular band to use an obscure guitar and bam everyone wants one.