#1
hey i was wondering how good is the rr3? i dont have any time to go to guitar center.
how well can it handle dropped tunings? how well does it stay in tune? is the bridge floating?
things like that.
thanks
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#4
Mine didnt stay in tune to well, THB. I blocked the Trem and now I love it.
But I really don't like trems anyway. But besides that. It's an amazing guitar.
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#5
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do you want one just because matt tuck plays one?


Dude, that's like saying, "Do you want an SG just because Angus Young plays one?"

Dumb question.

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He plays a an RR1 and RR1T anyway....
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#6
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dude save and buy an rr1 so much better rr3 are garbage



That's a ridiculous comment.


RR3's rock.


You are totally ignorant, and unhelpful.


Anyway, they are primarily metal guitars, so with some thick strings, dropped tunings should be a breeze.

Yes the bridge is floating. The guitar should stay in tune longer than hardtail guitars if you give it a good set up. My suggestion. If you have no FR experience, watch a few Floyd Rose setup videos before getting it. That way you can set it up yourself.

Yes it rocks.
#7
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Dude, that's like saying, "Do you want an SG just because Angus Young plays one?"

Dumb question.



no i say that because he htink bullet for my valentine is the best band ever.

IMO guitars with trems aren't worth it and the trem makes you play differently
#8
Originally Posted byMullen2105

do you want one just because matt tuck plays one?


matt tuck plays RR1s
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#9
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do you want one just because matt tuck plays one?

i thought he uses an esp model?
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#10
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do you want one just because matt tuck plays one?

no. im looking for a new guitar and i found one on ebay for about $200
#12
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i thought he uses an esp model?


That would be the other guitarist, Padge.

The RR3 is a good model, I've got one signed by BFMV. Decent pickups (assuming this is a 2006 model or newer), trem is reliable (hasn't broken down on me.... yet.) and the feel is very slick and smooth. Try it out in person if you can.
#13
i thought he uses an esp model?


the other guitarist, padge, does. tuck uses jacksons

EDIT: beaten to it
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#14
I own one. It sounds great for Metal and Rock, but has severe balance problems (the neck is too heavy for the body and keeping the guitar angled up is a bitch). The tremolo doesn't keep tune very well, and you can get better construction options for the money (You can get a set-through mahogany LTD V with a bound fretboard and emgs for $50 more). All that said, it's still a pretty cool guitar and I'd take it over most any day. Just be weary.