#1
I'm having some trouble choosing. people say the RG7231 is crap and the S7320 got the sound rating of 7 on zzsounds what should I pick?
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#2
well... what styles of music do you plan on playing?
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well... what styles of music do you plan on playing?


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#4
i say go for the S7320, but my friend has the RG7321 and its pretty neat.
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#5
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i say go for the S7320, but my friend has the RG7321 and its pretty neat.



is ZZsounds right or just full of retards?
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I just want to know what's better
#9
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They both are good playing, it just depends what bridge and body you want



oh ok than S7320
#10
And fret number I believe. In general, the S7320 from what I've seen is regarded as a nicer guitar than the RG7321. I'm not sure if it carries into 7 strings as well, but the S series generally have slightly thicker necks than the Rg's too. Rg's have better fret access though.
#11
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And fret number I believe. In general, the S7320 from what I've seen is regarded as a nicer guitar than the RG7321. I'm not sure if it carries into 7 strings as well, but the S series generally have slightly thicker necks than the Rg's too. Rg's have better fret access though.



doesn't matter i usually like going into a deeper sound
#12
The 7321 is very good for the money. The neck is to die for and the action is great. If you have a problem with it, switch out the pickups. But you also can't go wrong with the S-7.
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