#2
hells yeah. depends what style though if your playing jazz then no, if your playing metal however yes.
#3
Quote by Dr. Clock
Would you recomend it?
Any model.

Below RR3, no.
RR3 and above, yes.

You can't really say "any model" and expect a straight "yes" or "no", because the quality differs greatly between low end and high end Jacksons.
Ibanez RG1570 w/ Bareknuckle Pickups
Ibanez RG655
PRS SE Fredrik Åkesson Singlecut
Blackstar HT-5
Harley Benton G212 Vintage
BOSS TU-2
MXR M-108
Digitech Bad Monkey
#6
Quote by METAL MILITIA1
hells yeah. depends what style though if your playing jazz then no, if your playing metal however yes.

Its got a jazz pickup at the neck. i have the rr3 but have played the rr5 and rr1, all amazing. They are great, versatile, and look kick****. The neck pickup is extremely powerful though.
#9
Jackson Stars FTW!!
My Gear
Edwards E-LP-98LTC
Ibanez RG 321 MH
Jackson DK2M with tonezone
Mesa Mark III
Tech 21 Trademark 10
#10
Just played an RX10D today. ( Wanted to see if I liked the shape ) I loved it. Neck was real thin LFR played just fine for the time I used it. I'm definitely getting an RR24 or an Edwards.
#12
Quote by Dr. Clock
Would you recomend it?
Any model.

what are you talking about the rr series or teh polkadot replica series?
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