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Unread 04-07-2011, 04:54 AM   #851
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Thing is, pretty much everything is much more expensive in Europe.
You could always go to Thomann or European Ebay and start compaing guitar prices, you'll probably think we're all getting ripped off

200 pounds for an RG7321 in Europe? Yeah, that is actually a very good price.
Retail brnad new around the £400 mark so I tohught £200 with hardcase as a bit of a bargin. Got to remove a sticker on it but thats not to hard a job.

Just got to get the shipping sorted out as it sems the sellers prefered shipping company dont want to ship to a UK military BFPO address. Not a drama we will get it sorted out I'm sure.
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Unread 04-07-2011, 05:18 AM   #852
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Has anyone tried or been successful in putting some kind of trem or floyd on their 7321? I love this guitar, but not having a trem kills me!
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Unread 04-07-2011, 07:29 AM   #853
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tnx 4 the head's up

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Unread 04-07-2011, 10:38 AM   #854
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Has anyone tried or been successful in putting some kind of trem or floyd on their 7321? I love this guitar, but not having a trem kills me!
yeah, Ibanez did, its called the Ibanez RG7320




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Unread 04-07-2011, 11:08 AM   #855
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Hey all, I've had a 7420 for about 9 years now. I dropped a dimarzio Blaze in the bridge and straplocks and the rest is stock. I plan on selling it soon to try a different 7-string, but i was curious as to why everyone complains about the trem system... granted, it's the only guitar I've had with a double locking trem, so i don't know any better. The only thing that annoyed me, besides changing strings (which i guess is the same for all floating trem systems), is that when recording palm mutes, the springs inside the body would continue to vibrate for a second after I had muted the strings and you could really hear it in playback. Since I don't use the trem for bending, I put a little strip of electrical tape on the springs to keep them from vibrating and it worked wonderfully! So what's so horrible about this prticular trem?
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Unread 04-07-2011, 01:34 PM   #856
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Has anyone tried or been successful in putting some kind of trem or floyd on their 7321? I love this guitar, but not having a trem kills me!
I'm building a new body for mine right now, considered throwing a Kahler on it, but still not 100% sure if I'm going to or not

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Unread 04-07-2011, 02:46 PM   #857
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So what's so horrible about this prticular trem?
I would also like to know why some people hate on this trem as well.

I have the 7420 for about 10 years now, and aside from regular trem 'issues', there are only two things that my 7620 lo pro edge is better imo. Those things are the lo pro edge is a bit easier on my hand and it sustains a bit more.
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Unread 04-07-2011, 03:23 PM   #858
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Hey guys, here is my 7321 that I sanded down and stained. Its a little rough around the edges, but im pretty happy with it seeing as how I have never done anything like this before haha. Now I just need to get it wired up and strung up.
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Unread 04-07-2011, 03:44 PM   #859
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NGD!! Ibanez RG1527 (56k, no whey)

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Unread 04-08-2011, 04:18 AM   #860
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well, 4 me at least it's not about the trem (i'll buy a new one if this one is making problems)... it's about the neck

heard that it's pretty sweet and compared to my COW7 that it should be easier 4 soloing...

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Unread 04-08-2011, 11:47 AM   #861
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I am also part of this club! My RG7421 has a BK Painkiller in the bridge and a Coldsweat in the neck, and I installed a coil tap so I can split those bad boys. I'll try to snap up some pics too
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I'll play. I installed a D-Sonic in the bridge. I used carbon fiber look adhesive & reflective tape for the binding & stripes. Had alot of fun dolling up a pretty boring looking guitar.



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Unread 04-08-2011, 10:43 PM   #863
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I'm a dumbass, I never posted pics of this beast when I finished it in here. Yuppers, I'm in the club.











I guess it's technically not finished as I still need to source a knob for the volume....
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@ MaxStatic - Did you clear coat the top?
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@ MaxStatic - Did you clear coat the top?
Nope, just a few coats of minwax natural.

If I did anything "wrong" on this project it was that I left the top a little rough. It really makes the grain pop but it's a little uncomfortable too. I toyed with the idea of stripping all the parts out and resanding/staining but I think I'm going to leave as is.
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Unread 04-10-2011, 01:30 AM   #866
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this pic is so bad, im almost embarassed to post but i have to live up to my name soooo......

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MAN !

I sold my C1 Classic for my RG 1527, both are same models !

But now I'm selling my RG1527 /w SD Blackouts in France !
Oh wow, what a coincidence.

My Aftermaths should be arriving tomorrow, Should be sweet.
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this pic is so bad, im almost embarassed to post but i have to live up to my name soooo......

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Holy mother of Jesu - I didn't even know you could still get picture quality as bad as that!
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Wouldl I still be in the club if I make a pickup configuration change? (won't be a H-H anymore)
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You making it into a 1577?
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That's right. Hope to do it next weekend
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Does that mean SC in middle position?
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Yes, Sir! I'll Install white Blaze Neck - Blaze Middle - Blaze Custom to her.
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Just bought one of these today. Needed a bit of a set up but otherwise in pretty good shape! Needs new strings, though. That's where I have question. The guy who sold it to me told me that the 7321s are known for the neck warping due to string gauge mismatches that cause the low side to pull more than the high side. Is this actually a known problem? If so, any suggested string gauges for BEADGBE?
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