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Jackson RR5 Rhoads Pro Flying V

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-12-21)
Price : US $599.00

Jackson RR5 Rhoads Pro Flying V Jackson RR5 Rhoads Pro Flying V

This auction is for a Jackson RR5 (Randy Rhoads) Pro. If you're looking at this guitar, you probably already know how screamin' it is. If you're want to take your sound, looks, and riffs over the top, this guitar will NOT disappoint. it is in fantastic condition, minus one small chip on the upper wing's corner. Take a look at the photos. From straight on this chip is not even noticeable and could be easily fixed if you so desire. It has been professionally set up to play ultra-fast, and the Seymour Duncan pickups really let you unleash high-octane runs while retaining both meatiness and clarity. The tuning stability on this guitar is superb. In terms of tone, you just can't go wrong with this guitar. I ran it through a 120-watt VHT Deliverance, just so you have an idea about what I consider HUGE tone. is thing really gave my Ibanez Jem a run for its money in terms of tone, playability, and stunning good looks.

Here's some more stock info about the RR5: This Rhoads model is an incredible guitar with an alder body, rock
maple neck, two Seymour Duncan JB humbuckers and an adjustable bridge
that strings thru the body. Details include a 22-fret rosewood
fingerboard with Shark Fin inlays and a comfortable, compound radius
(12 to 14-inch); and gold-plated hardware. Made in Japan.
Body: Alder
Neck: Rock Maple Neck Thru Body with Scarf Joint
Headstock: Jackson 6-In-Line Pointed
Tuning Machines: Sealed Die-Cast
Fingerboard: Rosewood with 14 - 16-inch Compound Radius
Number of Frets: 22
Fret Size: Jumbo
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan® SH-4 JB
Middle Pickup:
Neck Pic

Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-12-21)

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