The fearsome RRMG Pro Series Rhoads from Jackson features an alder body, 3-piece through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement and hand-rubbed oil finish, compound-radius (12"-16") ebony fingerb... Read More
The fearsome RRMG Pro Series Rhoads from Jackson features an alder body, 3-piece through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement and hand-rubbed oil finish, compound-radius (12"-16") ebony fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets and alumiloid shark fin inlays, EMG 81 (bridge) and 85 (neck) humbucking pickups with 3-way toggle switching, anodized black aluminum control plate, Floyd Rose bridge, black hardware and Dunlop strap locks.
Crafted with more than three decades of Jackson experience and expertise, Pro Series guitars feature volcanic pickups from pro makers EMG, perfectly sculpted maple necks with hand-rubbed oil finishes, and 24-fret compound-radius fingerboards in rosewood, maple and ebony that curve more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flatten out approaching the body for wicked-fast runs and crazy-high bends without fretting out.
Case sold separately.
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Comments about Jackson RRMG Randy Rhoads Pro Electric Guitar:
Jackson has hit the nail on the head again. I was looking for another Rhoads style guitar but didn't want to pay a fortune for the USA Select again so I got this one right after it dropped. Let me tell you, this thing is amazing. The sound quality you get from this is just as good as the USA models clear and crisp perfect for lead. Just to be clear though this is an Indonesian model, but don't let that play you down. This guitar is extremely light and very playable. The oiled finish on the neck is far better than I could of asked for, no sticky feel from the paint because there isn't any, but the down side is it's not 24 frets it's 22. Also I would like to point out that the neck pick up is not an EMG 85 but an EMG 89. Still a very nice versatile pick up. It's a split coil model so it gives you a different range of tones, I have found myself using it when I'm playing in clean channels then dumping it back to the 81 for my distortion simply because it gives it a clearer tone, bright and some what airy in the single coil position and powerful warm and rich in the dual coil position. The paint finish on this guitar also seems very thick and to me that means durability. All in all though if you're looking for that perfect metal guitar with tons attack on the sound for a good deal this is it. Well worth the $$
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