#1
can you swap the jackson RR3 neck (22 frets) to a jackson 24 fret neck or does that stuff up the neck scale on the guitar?
#3
i read about someone trying that and it didnt work, i still dont get why half the RR models dont have 24 frets, their lowest level [and crap tbh] model does, but not the rr1, 3, or 5
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#4
Tbh I think the only reason the JS30RR has 24 frets is because its probably the only selling point despite it being a Rhoads.
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#5
Quote by dan ramP
i read about someone trying that and it didnt work, i still dont get why half the RR models dont have 24 frets, their lowest level [and crap tbh] model does, but not the rr1, 3, or 5

Agreed. Jackson would make A LOT of money if they came out with a 24 fret RR1/3/5. They'd probably even steal some of ESP's business.
#6
Actually someone at the JCF took a DK2M neck, saw off the last two frets, and put it on a RR3 body.
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#7
Quote by sk8boardbob2
Actually someone at the JCF took a DK2M neck, saw off the last two frets, and put it on a RR3 body.

So they put a 22 fret neck on, nice going.
#8
^A maple 22 fret neck. I wonder what it looked like...