6/17/2005 [Guitars & Basses]The all new Yamaha RGX-A2 electric guitar is truly a marvel of modern musical instrument technology – both inside and out.
Weighing in at a mere 5 1/2 pounds, the RGX-A2 features a proprietary A.I.R. (Alternative Internal Resonance) constructed body, LED illuminated cylindrical diecast knobs and cylindrical tuners, aluminum hardware and Yamaha Alnico soapbar pickups, making it a high-tech transport for musical creativity, whether you’re an amateur or a pro in the market for a unique first or second instrument.
The RGX-A2 sounds as good as it looks
Outside, the look of the RGX A2 is nothing short of stunning. An LED-lit cylindrical diecast pickup selector knob (blue for the bridge, green for the neck) and master volume are great for dark or low-lit stages. Combine this with lightweight barrel tuners, a Yamaha original fixed bridge, and the White and Aircraft Gray finish, and the RGX-A2 stands out from any other electric. The RGX-A2 has a bolt-on Maple neck, smooth 22-fret Rosewood fingerboard and Yamaha Alnico soapbar pickups that bring out the sound, from classic to crushing.
“The RGX-A2 is a modern masterpiece,” says Bryan Savage, marketing manager, Yamaha Guitars. “It takes the classic RGX design and combines it with revolutionary Yamaha technology to create a striking guitar with remarkable tone and playability.”
For more information on the RGXA2 electric guitar, write Yamaha Corporation of America, Pro Audio & Combo Division, Guitar Products, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; telephone (714) 522-9011; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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