#1
r there any guitars like this but do no have a trem system? but do have 24 frets?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Jackson-RR3-Rhoads-Pro-Electric-Guitar?sku=512230
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#2
the jackson RR5 is string thru
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#3
There was an ltd edition of the guitar which was based on the ivory pinstripe design of the rr5, and there is one on thomann I believe which has is string thru


www.thomann.de/gb (type in jckson rr3)


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#4
the rr5 cost too much
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#5
^then perhaps you should specify what your budget is
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#6
650$ at most
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#7
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There was an ltd edition of the guitar which was based on the ivory pinstripe design of the rr5, and there is one on thomann I believe which has is string thru


www.thomann.de/gb (type in jckson rr3)




22 frets though. TS, your only option w/o a trem is the Jackson JS30 Rhoads. Not bad guitars, but the hardware isn't the best, or the wood. The Indian Cedro they use isn't that bad per se, its apparently alder like, but do to the grain they tend to use lots of grain filler. That paired with lackluster pickups makes in fairly blah, but with new pickups it would be pretty nice.

EDIT: Saw your budget. Get the JS, and upgrade the pickups, tuner, and bridge.
#8
you can always buy the rr3 and have the bridge blocked if you have no use for the trem.
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#9
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you can always buy the rr3 and have the bridge blocked if you have no use for the trem.


As said in my previous post, all RRs besides the JS and RR24 (and custom orders of course) are 22 frets, and he wants 24.
#10
King V perhaps. JS30KV or something of that sort.
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