#1
What do you people think? stick with the t-60 or move on and quit looking at the past, and use the RG?
#3
RG in my opinion.
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#4
what are the specs on each? if there's nothing else to look at...the RG then?
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#6
ive played the 470 and only got to use it twice but it was doing alright even though i was making the motorbike noise and dimebag squeals
#7
are you guys retarded? do you even know what a t-60 is?

If you dont, it is the greatest guitar on earth. There are thirteen different stringed instruments in my house. two violins, two basses, one electric, a peavey t-60, a custom gretsch, a gibson chet atkins, a gitane django reinhardt, some crazy electric-acoustic that i dont even know the name of, a lapsteel, a banjo, hmmmmm........o yeah a pos n00b silvertone, and a piano, and yes, it is a stringed instrument. THe peavey t-60 is by far my favorite in the house;probably the greatest guitar on earth. never EVER trade it in for any ibanez.
#8
Quote by timi_hendrix
THe RG's trem sucks. Don't get it.


+1. unless you get one of the rare models with a good trem.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#9
lol i have a cheaper RG, but im gonna swap the Edge III for a FR. I'd love an Edge Pro II, but those have to be dug so deep that it'd compromise the structural integrity of the guitar :shrugs:
My Gear:

82 Gibson Explorer
Ibanez '03 JEM7VWH

Greg Byers '01 Classical (Euro Spruce bent top)
Darren Hippner 8 String Classical (Engelmann Spruce)
Alhambra 4P
Taylor 614ce
Framus Texan se. # 5/196

Diezel Herbert 2007
Mesa Recto 2x12
#10
Quote by 875875511
are you guys retarded? do you even know what a t-60 is?

If you dont, it is the greatest guitar on earth. There are thirteen different stringed instruments in my house. two violins, two basses, one electric, a peavey t-60, a custom gretsch, a gibson chet atkins, a gitane django reinhardt, some crazy electric-acoustic that i dont even know the name of, a lapsteel, a banjo, hmmmmm........o yeah a pos n00b silvertone, and a piano, and yes, it is a stringed instrument. THe peavey t-60 is by far my favorite in the house;probably the greatest guitar on earth. never EVER trade it in for any ibanez.



wow....someone's got a firm opinion.
#12
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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Et tu, br00tz?
#14
do not get that rg it has a crap trem, lo trs probably.
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