#1
What do you guys think of this guitar, I play Megadeth, Metallica, Testament style. It would be a back up guitar for my RR3.
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#2
well the only difference between this and the RG1570 is the reverse headstock.

the RG1570 is a fantastic guitar and I personally would have it as my main guitar and use the RR3 as backup. after an electronics change there's really nothing you could point out as a flaw on the prestige RG.

I personally prefer the Ibanez reverse headstock aswell so I'd say go for it if you like thin necked guitars.
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well the only difference between this and the RG1570 is the reverse headstock.

the RG1570 is a fantastic guitar and I personally would have it as my main guitar and use the RR3 as backup. after an electronics change there's really nothing you could point out as a flaw on the prestige RG.

I personally prefer the Ibanez reverse headstock aswell so I'd say go for it if you like thin necked guitars.


+1. I have an RG1570MRB and it is an insane guitar. I got this one because I personally prefer the regular headstock. After an electronics change (I personally hope to switch the neck for a DiMarzio Air Norton, Bridge for a DiMarzio Steve's Special and disconnect the middle as I don't use it) the guitar is amazing and is definitely higher quality than the Jackson, which I played when I was looking for my new guitar.

The neck is thin but now I am sued to it and love it.
#4
Id say the rr3 is a suitable backup for the ibanez...
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Quote by Lemoninfluence
well the only difference between this and the RG1570 is the reverse headstock.

the RG1570 is a fantastic guitar and I personally would have it as my main guitar and use the RR3 as backup. after an electronics change there's really nothing you could point out as a flaw on the prestige RG.

I personally prefer the Ibanez reverse headstock aswell so I'd say go for it if you like thin necked guitars.


+1 (except for the fact i prefer headstocks the "right" way round).
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