#1
Has anyone come across a Jackson RR style V w/ one volume control in Blue Swirl. I am new to the Jackson world and I don't see this guitar as any of the ones that are currently in production. I have the opportunity to buy this guitar and I never seen it before. I believe the body is alder with a bolt on maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and Floyd Rose trem unit. I've never been a real Ibanez fan because of the necks and I guess as a result I never gave Jackson's a chance but I kinda fell in love at the thinness of this guitars neck. Its kind of a relief as to playing with my two LP's all the time lately.
-Denny
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#2
Must be a early or mid 90's Jackson. Which I can promise you arn't available anymore as far as production wise.
#3
The only one i can think of is RR3 and its a wonderful guitar, i advise you get it

EDIT: If its not one of the production ones then i dunno but sounds v nice


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#5
The lower end Jacksons, lower than the RR3, feel cheap so if it feels like a solid guitar it is most likely an RR3. The RR1s are all neck through so like ^ they said its probably an out of production RR3.
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#6
Thanks for the info everyone. I'll work on getting it as soon as the guy who is selling it is back in town. I'll post up picks asap.
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#7
Quote by METAL MILITIA1
sounds like an rr24. get it for sure if you can



RR24's are neckthru.
#8
Sounds like an RX10D in Eerie blue dress swirl or cobalt swirl. Those arent worth more than 500 dollars new. Jackson's second lowest end next to the JS series
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#9
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Sounds like an RX10D in Eerie blue dress swirl or cobalt swirl. Those arent worth more than 500 dollars new. Jackson's second lowest end next to the JS series

I think he's right. It's got one volume knob, a trem and it's a bolt on. It's no RR24 because those are only black with red or yellow bevels, or white with black bevels. Plus they're neck-thrus. It's not an RR1 either, nor is it a RR3 because it only has 1 volume knob. The X series isn't too great...I'd save up for something better.
#10
I'd say it's an RX10D and I wouldn't touch that **** with a barge pole. Get a real guitar, not a toy because it looks good.
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#11
Well I was researching the model names you guys gave me and it is the RX10D. I'll still buy it since I actually liked it (which is hella rare) for me to even pick one up. The only thing I could really say that was negative about this guitar is that the FR was a bit stiff. Not sure if it is a cheap FR but realistically no one has played the guitar in about a year until I touched it.
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