RGA series is there for players who play extreme music and need a particularly heavy-sounding axe. Unlike the RGD which is oriented towards dropped tunings, RGA is more of a universal heavy hitter and all-around badass. Currently, the range consists of Standard and Iron Label divisions. The Standard division has received one update at this year`s NAMM - RGAT62. It is a carved-top six-stringer with a fixed bridge, furious tone, neck-thru construction and modern RGA styling. Sapphire Blue Burst (w/satin finish, black hardware, matching headstock veneer) is the only available color option. Core construction features include solid mahogany body wings, a 5-piece maple/walnut neck, a 24-fret jatoba fingerboard (1.69" nut, 25.5" scale, 15.75" radius), a string-thru fixed bridge, DiMarzio`s The Tone Zone/Air Norton pickups, and die-cast tuners.
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