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 Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG? 
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Post Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
Hey Guys,
Would anyone happen to know who currently owns Bruce's Orange Ibanez RG :?:
Or what ever happened to the guitar?


Sat Feb 11, 2012 5:30 am
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Post Re: Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
I could be wrong, but I think it's JJGray, a guy who posts (used to post???) on this board.


Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:30 am
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Post Re: Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
sure its JJ

long gone from here i think.
pictures all over here.
he scalloped it! from 9th fret up, shallow. Bruce approved!
i prefered his white RG post Racer x, almost a pre PGM...

will see if i can find a pic...
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Post Re: Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
I had never seen that white one!

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Post Re: Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
I do you guys know how much he paid for it by any chance? I'm just curious. 8)


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Post Re: Bruce Bouillet's Orange Ibanez RG?
Long time lurker although i haven't posted much.

The guitar is now owned by a Toronto guitar teacher named James Sawyer. I've had the pleasure of playing this guitar myself and it's absolutely amazing. Even though the neck is scalloped it doesn't really feel that way since most of the work was done on the higher frets. Also the scalloped groove is deeper on the higher E strings and gets shallower on the low E. As far as pickups go I'm not sure what the guitar came with but i know it had a Duncan distortion in the bridge and a seymourized mini humbucker in the neck.

I think I remember him saying he paid around $3,000 but i could be wrong.


Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:16 am
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