well my 321 has a plek job on the frets so thats part of the reason why I feel it has an advantage over my 121 but the 321's neck is just a little slimmer than it too, and the whole guitar weighs a decent amount more. The maple cap is pretty thick on it.
It's my favourite guitar. I notice the pickups are a little anemic when I switch to guitars that have better pickups, but a mild EQ shift on the amp makes up for it. The neck is very fast, the matte finish on the back is super slippery. The neck heel on the RGT guitars is super comfortable. You could spend all day on frets 17-24. The trem is very stable and never falls out of tune. It's impossible to see the side dots because the pearloid binding is so 3D, but I painted lime green nailpolish dots on to fix that. I've been spending more time with my newer PRS SE Torero, but whenever I go back to the RGTHRG it just feels like home in my hands.
They're extremely cool. The neck is just like a nice Prestige neck (because that's what it is), but the all natural one is really cool to feel, look at, and hear because it's all oiled. I sold all of mine for so cheap and now they're fetching nearly $2k every time. Haha. Oh well.
ESP Horizon or 3...you sounds like me haha. Those are sweet guitars man, I own two and love them, plan on many more.
I work a lot. I went my whole summer last year without a day off. I was either working at Wal Mart in hardware or cutting a lot of grass. I still rarely have a day off where I do not have school or grass cutting to do. I also have little social life either lol
Thanks man, and this is just the start. I am hoping to have an arsenal of ESPs, Jacksons, PRSi, Music Man, Suhr, Anderson, and a few others buy the time I am 6 feet under. You can do it man, you just need to work hard and save up.