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    A short history of the Jem and RG



    I did a search to see if this was posted on here but couldn't find it. If there is any group who would appreciate this, it's you guys, lol. Really interesting and well researched little overview of the models.


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    I remember seeing that one; there's some great guitar history stuff on that channel.

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    This guy reminds me of a young Colonel Sanders.

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    Cool video, it took me years to find out the back story on my first guitar (below) then I got my black Ibanez which sounded great and played like a dream, years later I found out that first one , "Sorento" , was one of the late 60s Fuji-Gen guitars. So both my first guitars where Ibbys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdave View Post
    Cool video, it took me years to find out the back story on my first guitar (below) then I got my black Ibanez which sounded great and played like a dream, years later I found out that first one , "Sorento" , was one of the late 60s Fuji-Gen guitars. So both my first guitars where Ibbys.

    A short history of the Jem and RG-sorento1-jpgA short history of the Jem and RG-rs240-jpg
    I had a Teisco Del Rey in highschool for awhile, funky looking guitar but it played nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Valtteri View Post
    I remember seeing that one; there's some great guitar history stuff on that channel.
    Totally got sucked in after this one. The guy does a great job

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