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ConnorGilks
post May 31 2013, 10:24 PM
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At the request of Todd, thought I'd post an NGD of my new RG7421. This one's for you Todd! biggrin.gif

I know you've all seen a black RG before, but pics anyways - story at the bottom.








So I just traded in my RG7321 plus a small bit of cash for a '99 MIJ RG7421!! It's in near mint: little to no fret wear, no buckle rash, only one small ding by the pickup selector, no dents or chips, immaculate, really. I can't thank you guys enough who recommended I upgrade to this before buying a high end 7, it plays great and stays in tune extremely well, I'm floored at the difference between this and my 7321 - and I had a really nice one! Gonna set it up, put in a DiMarzio Crunch Lab/Liquifire set and slap some much thicker strings on it tonight before I play a big 2-day metal festival tomorrow with my band - super stoked!!

So yeah. Y'know, djent, thall and stuff. laugh.gif


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Todd Simpson
post Jun 1 2013, 12:06 AM
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Super Congrats!!!!! This is a KILLER 7. As I mentioned, I've got it's brother, the 7620 (with locking trem) and these both have one of the best 7 strings necks I've ever touched. The

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Were all MIJ 7 String guitars that served as the basis for what became the 7 String Prestige. If you are looking for a 7, finding one of these used is a great way to start. They honestly play like guitars from a fine custom builder. The neck is AMAZING and is about the same thickness as some other vendors 6 string necks.

I'm never getting rid of my 7620. They can bury me with it smile.gif

Enjoy!!! Record something so we can hear it!

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post Jun 1 2013, 03:19 AM
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I just re-read this post twice in the last 10m not realizing your an SSO.Org member as well! laugh.gif


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post Jun 1 2013, 03:25 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ May 31 2013, 11:06 PM) *
Super Congrats!!!!! This is a KILLER 7. As I mentioned, I've got it's brother, the 7620 (with locking trem) and these both have one of the best 7 strings necks I've ever touched. The

7420
7421
7620
7621

Were all MIJ 7 String guitars that served as the basis for what became the 7 String Prestige. If you are looking for a 7, finding one of these used is a great way to start. They honestly play like guitars from a fine custom builder. The neck is AMAZING and is about the same thickness as some other vendors 6 string necks.

I'm never getting rid of my 7620. They can bury me with it smile.gif

Enjoy!!! Record something so we can hear it!

Todd


Thanks man! I'm super stoked on this, I'm loving it so far... this and the 7620's I've played were all fantastic. Can't wait to get this set up tonight with my preferred string gauges - and to play it at the festival tomorrow. \m/ I may record something when I get back from the weekend trip, don't have the AxeFX II with me atm.

SpaseMoonkey: Haha yes sir! What's your username on there??


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post Jun 1 2013, 07:40 AM
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Sweet Ibanez ! Congrats happy.gif


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post Jun 2 2013, 12:38 AM
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Congrats on the new guitar, it looks sweet! smile.gif

It got me wondering now if I should get "more strings" for my bass? I've been stuck to 4 for quite some time smile.gif


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post Jun 2 2013, 01:22 AM
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NGD day is always a god Day! smile.gif Ibis work great - one of bests for the price. Never dig the style if ibanez but never found anything bad comparing to other producers at specific price range. Always one of my top reference instruments. Just not my thing but no other reason than my private preferences. This guitar will do the job and I'm happy with You ! smile.gif))) Good to have a private Christmass in the middle od a Year smile.gif))


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post Jun 2 2013, 09:22 PM
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Thanks everyone! I just got back after the weekend expedition to play that metal festival I talked about and it worked great, very pleased with this guitar!!


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