Back in the early 1980s Randy Rhoads and Grover Jackson worked together on the Concorde guitar (the first incarnation of the asymmetrical Rhoads V) which was inspired by the original Flying V. The prototype was built in Charvel facilities, but branded Jackson. Additional three prototypes were made, but Randy died before the last two were finalized. Rhoads was the first guitar sold under the Jackson name and it boosted the brand to prominence in no-time. Pro Rhoads RRT-3 is one of the finer Rhoads models in the current production. It relies heavily on the early 1980s models` legacy, both in terms of looks and construction. Major features include mahogany body wings, a one-piece maple neck (through-body construction), a 22-fret ebony fingerboard, a hardtail bridge, Seymour Duncan pickups, and Jackson die-cast tuners.
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