#1
Which one should I save up for?

Is the 320 really worth 500 dollars more? The only real difference listed on the website is wood and it's orgasmic finish. Thanks in advance.
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Last edited by abcdboy at Mar 4, 2007,
#2
between the two, 320. because of the wizard neck and edge III is better than a ILT1.. but still, i wouldn't recommend the two. edge III is not that good. its bad when it comes to tuning stability. but between the two, id go for the 320..
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#3
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Both are normal edge trems.

EDIT: Oops. Meant RGT320Q or RGT220A.
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Last edited by abcdboy at Mar 4, 2007,
#4
Bump.
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#5
ReBump.
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#6
I think the RGT has a mahogany body which IMO is almost as close to basswood as basswood is to mahogany in tone...so you might have to go and dig up deeper.
#7
^^ Sorry, but I don't understand you. What do you mean by "Dig deeper"?

The 320 has a mahogany body and an orgasmic finish. The 220 is ash with a natural finish. Both are set up with Edge (the good one) trems. The price difference is 500 dollars, with the 320 costing more.
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#8
Both are great neck thrus, nothing wrong with anything, the only thing is that they're equally filthy expensive.
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#9
oops.. sorry.. i thought RG models. i didnt see the T in the title..
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#10
^^ Actually I forgot the T in the titile. I recently edited it. Sorry.

So...Which one would UG say is better for the price? And how does ash sound compared to mahogany?

Thanks.
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Peavey 5150, Squier, Ibanez RG2EX2, Yamaha F150, Ibanez RT150, MXR noisegate
#11
Sigh...Bump?
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#12
Sound highly depends on your own preference, it dont matter what ppl like.

What i can roughly tell you that is,
Swamp ash - light weight and kinda dry sounding
White ash - as heavy/more than mahogany in weight, has punchy low and a lot of edge in the highs, aggressive sounding
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