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looking for rr24 or j2sp

Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by jcrs11, Jan 21, 2022.

  1. jcrs11

    jcrs11 New Metal Member

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    looking to create a replica wildchild guitar will settle for different finishes i will settle for differnt finishes
     
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    "looking for rr24 or j2sp"

    Aren't we all...
     
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    Took me almost 15 years to get one of each. Honestly, I think your best choice would be to get any RR24 you can find and just have it refinished to look like the Wildchild Rhoads. Hell, you could even get one of the X series Rhoads with the yellow bevels and just fill in the extra pickup and knob holes with wood filler and bondo.
     
  4. Fastbodom

    Fastbodom I Spit on Your Grave

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    it would be an complete loss for an J2SP to refinnish that as an Laiho Replica,,, AND,, neither the J2SP or an RR24 would be a Truely Alexi jackson replica :)
     
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    why would it be a loss to refinish it?
     
  6. Fastbodom

    Fastbodom I Spit on Your Grave

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    repainting an Original J2SP is a lose of worth,, they are kind of pretty unique nowdays...
     
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    im super lucky i picked up my j2sp about 10 years ago. if that were on the market today i bet it would be 4-5k usd. only paid $1400 for it at the time.
     
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    Fastbodom I Spit on Your Grave

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    paid arround 1300 euro's for mine, and it had damage 7centimeters of the big wing was broken off and glued back.

    i bet the price on these will rise high :)
     

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