Looks like the nut was found then?
Also curious about the Floyd Rose studs on this one. Anything from that time would have been the old screws that went directly into the body. The ones here look like it was sleeved for the......MORE »
"I will have plenty of time to play with myself and my guitars when I retire."
I've always told myself the same thing but the older and crankier I get, I realize that's all just a pipe dream.......MORE »
That describes me. I don't know the first thing about music but can regurgitate some of my favorite songs on the guitar. That's all I ever wanted. I enjoy tinkering with them and rebuilding them as much as playing them I......MORE »
I had an opportunity to buy a guitar owned and played by Paul Landers. His very first guitar, to be specific. It was between that, and an RZK-1, and I went with the ESP. I don't even remember what guitar it was. I do remember......MORE »
I've never played a guitar in my life. Playing them lowers their value.
On a less sarcastic note, I'll share my EP here if I ever get around to finishing it. I'd like to play a lot more than I do, but ain't nobody got......MORE »
I have a 2006 Kiso made RZK-1. It does appear to be of a slightly higher quality than the normal Signature Series models. I was confused about where the signature guitars were made, as the burnt finish RZK guitars were......MORE »
The SS on a KH2 NTB stands for "Signature Series" not "Standard Series."
From what I understand, the "K" and "SS" prefix Signature guitars are exactly the same thing, but otherwise what Pushead stated is true.