There are even brackets for mounting on Pedaltrain pedalboards which keeps your power supply out of the way with more room for effects pedals. Perfection that will likely never been improved upon..when we're making carbon fiber bodies with a thin titanium top.
Finely crafted in Japan, the upscale Prestige series is the evolution of the RG series, featuring a wide and extremely thin, flat, and fast Prestige Wizard neck, high output IBZ/Di Marzio V7/V8 pickups, and the massive new Gibraltar Plus fixed bridge.
The brilliant highs and lows of the RGA's arched 16mm maple over mahogany body produce a classic tone that's been one of the ultimate tones since the 50's. For less than the new cost 10 years ago you can have this on, set up to perfection and ready to gig tonight.
Besides the ash cap, the rest of the body is alder.Other specs include Candy Apple Red finish in polyurethane, 2-piece bolt on maple neck, 4-ply tortoise shell pickguard, dual G&L Magnetic Field Design single coil with adjustable pole pieces, traditional boxed steel bridge with 6 brass saddles, strings thru body stringing, 1 5/8" plastic nut, Dunlop 6100 medium-jumbo frets (medium height/wide), G&L/Schaller sealed tuners, 3-way switch, master volume, and master tone.The tone is nearly indistinguishable from a mahogany or rosewood body.Similarly, the projection is excellent and even with the smaller auditorium body style it sounds very big and is quite loud.Just click on any underlined text and it should open a picture; if you move your cursor over the pic and there's a magnifying glass displayed instead of your cursor, click the pic and it will expand it to larger size.
As always, we thank the brave men and women of America's armed forces who gave their lives so that we may sleep soundly, knowing that we will continue to live free. Stomp boxes and pedalboards are back, in a big way.There are 12 outlets total: 2 x 18-volt DC, 4 x 9-volt DC, 4 switchable 9-volt DC/12-volt DC, 1 variable 4-volt DC to 9-volt DC, and 1 x 9-volt AC. They're extremely comfortable to play but, most importantly, the design appeals to players who don't necessarily want a tremolo.Outlets three through six are switchable between 9-volt and 12-volt operation (toggle switches on bottom let you set up any combination of power values) and theres also a variable output (4 volts to 9 volts) for extra tonal control over certain pedals. Just as important is the thick maple cap on this model which, at .63", is thicker than either a Les Paul or PRS maple top.Gives it that 60's Tele Custom vibe and makes it more comfortable to play without the top edge cutting into your chest.The body isn't really bound, rather they used the PRS technique of taping off the ash cap prior to painting.Cosmetically it has minimal scratches anywhere, and just a few very minor clear coat dings here and there; overall nice shape.