Any other RG-120 owners around?

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davejm
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Any other RG-120 owners around?

Post by davejm » Mon Dec 10, 2018 7:20 pm

Just wondering if any RG-120 owners might have experience re a couple of things - I was lucky enough to buy one recently.
It looks like I might have to fit some new tuners - I was wondering if any other owners had previously done so and what they might recommend.
Also, much as I like both the look (and the very idea) of the 'G' style tailpiece I was also considering the Winfield 12 string Trapeze tailpiece conversion kit - but aside from possibly easier string changing I'm not sure if there would be any other benefit, given how pricey it is.
Cheers.
Not so much a fan of power chords as ambiguously semi-discordant, heavily finger vibrato'd lead gtr screechings at the far end of the neck: more Williamson than Gurley, though.

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Post by davejm » Thu Mar 14, 2019 1:34 pm

By the by and for whatever help this might be to any other RG120 owners - I finally determined that suitably spec'd replacement tuners are Gotohs. And upon inspection/comparison the original tuners would themselves appear (lacking any identifying brand stamp) to in fact be... Gotohs...
Not so much a fan of power chords as ambiguously semi-discordant, heavily finger vibrato'd lead gtr screechings at the far end of the neck: more Williamson than Gurley, though.

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Post by brokentoes » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:55 pm

Lets see some pictures bud. We all love some good guitar porn here.

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Post by davejm » Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:53 am

As do I. Pic taking tech (of any ilk) is something I lack, unfortunately...
Not so much a fan of power chords as ambiguously semi-discordant, heavily finger vibrato'd lead gtr screechings at the far end of the neck: more Williamson than Gurley, though.

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