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Jackson RR24M Rhoads Electric Guitar w/ EMGs
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The Spartan-looking RR24M Randy Rhoads guitar is a 24-fret no-nonsense neck-through-body monster. It delivers the goods in the spirit of its legendar...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Spartan-looking RR24M Randy Rhoads guitar is a 24-fret no-nonsense neck-through-body monster. It delivers the goods in the spirit of its legendary namesake. Pro features include a beveled alder body and rock maple neck-through-body for tight lows, throaty mids, and biting highs. The compound-radius maple fingerboard anchors 24 jumbo frets that combine with the swept back body design for easy access and extreme note bending. Includes a single EMG-81 pickup, a Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 double-locking 2-point tremolo, and black hardware. This Jackson guitar looks hot and sounds hot!
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better.
- Alder body
- Neck-thru-body Rock maple neck with scarf joint headstock
- EMG 81 Bridge pickup
- Compound-radius maple fretboard 12" to 16"
- Black Binding on Neck and Headstock
- MOTO sharkfin inlays
- 24 jumbo frets
- Floyd Rose FRT 02000 double-locking 2-Point Tremolo
- Master volume
- Sealed die-cast tuners
- Black hardware
- 25-1/2" scale length
- Neck dimensions: 3rd fret: .790", 12th fret .850"
- 1-11/16" nut width
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I got this axe on sale for below cost. For the money I spent, its a cool V. I can't rate it well for features because it's only got one PU and a floyd. It's nice to have a recessed jack though. The neck is on the thick side. Fretboard has some figuring. Its comfy to play sitting or standing. The EMG is a beast and my verdict is still out on it. It's my first active pup. Its really sensitive to volume knob adjustments. I can get really good gleans when I use it on my Vox or Plexi. I can put it on channel 2 of my EVH 5150III and get a tone similar to Ratt's song "Dance". The EMG 81 is ultra aggressive. I've never played such an aggressive pup. I might swap it out for something different, only time will tell.This is a quality axe through and through. Jackson makes nice stuff. I like high end super strats, so the RR24M is a bit different for me. It looks awesome and has a unique sound to it. The active pup is ferocious with heavy gain, but cleans up well. This is definetley a rocking machine!
yes, I wrote metal so many times because that is what inspires, the shape, the name of it's originator, and it's features, if you are looking for an all-around guitar to play country music or ballads go look somewhere else 'cause this guitar screams for metal.
First of all it's a simple guitar which is meant to be a straight foward metal guitar with the best of simplicity. Double-Locking Floyd Rose FRT-1000 in my opinion plays just as good as a original floyd rose, a EMG 81 set neck, Maple fretboard with ebony inlays. it's understandable the lack of features because I repeat it's meant to be a simple guitar.
Awesome quality, nothing more to say, it's worth every penny. You get a reliable metal guitar
I got it new for a really good price, I believe you pay exactly for what you are getting, an awesome METAL guitar