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La blanche me rappelle du chocolat blanc, et la seule fois où j'en ai mangé j'ai tout revomi ... en plus d'être moche elle me rappelle de mauvais souvenirs :ph34r:

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Ca reste une guitare plutôt moche dans l'ensemble, il faut l'avouer...

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Ca reste une guitare plutôt moche dans l'ensemble, il faut l'avouer...

La forme est assez ... spéciale on va dire, mais les couleurs ça va (sauf la blanche :wacko:)

Et aussi, est-ce qu'elles sortiront en LTD ? Histoire de les avoir moins chères, je craque sur la BKS :wub:

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Après avoir visionné le dernier clip de Rammstein ( Pussy) il semblerait que Richard aie une nouvelle signature en forme d' ESP Eclipse II modèle USA, on distingue bien le nom RZK-2 sur le cache du trussroad ainsi que les incrustations "symbole Rammstein" sur le manche, la couleur reste la même que la RKZ-1 en gris/argenté.

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je préférés l'ancienne, car au mileu, avan, la plaque ressembias vraiment à une plaque de fer là c'est banale et la grosse croie de rammstein vers le bas est plus là :evil: ! Mais sinon en noir elle claque, on voit sur le manche les petites croix et la signature seul la plaque que je trouve trop banale me gène !

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Artist Spotlight: Richard Z of Rammstein

For 15 years, this innovative and respected guitarist has turned to ESP

for the genesis of his industrial metal sound.

No matter where youʼre from, there seems to be one common bond that ties together young male guitarists from around the world: guitar playing impresses the ladies. That was also the case for a teenager named Richard Z. Kruspe, who would go on to found Rammstein. He was 16 at the time, and bought a guitar in Czechoslovakia while on vacation. In his native East Germany, guitars were very expensive, so his only goal at the time was to re-sell the instrument and make a few bucks. But once he was back home, a girl at a campground saw him with the instrument and asked him to play. He tried to explain that he didnʼt know how to play it, but she was insistent, and he began slamming the strings.

That experience caused Richard to lock himself away in a room for the next couple of years, learning to really play. When he was 19, he moved to Berlin and continued to explore music, living alone in an apartment with a guitar and a drum kit. A few years later, he got his first band going, and like many European musicians, he visited the USA to see what was happening in the American music scene. However, it was at that point that he decided he wanted to come up with a sound of his own. Along with friends Til Lindemann and Ollie Riedel, he began making music that had a unique German sound, and soon Rammstein was born.

Escape from East Germany

Many of our younger ESP fans might not even be aware that before the fall of Communism and the subsequent reunification of Germany, it was very difficult (if not impossible) to travel between the east and the west. In 1989, Richard snuck out via the border between Austria and Hungary, and ended up in West Berlin until the Berlin Wall came down later that year. It was then that he developed the concept of combining hard rock guitars and the industrial sound of machinery. Along with his friends, he began a new band project, and they won a prize of professional studio time based on the first demo they recorded. They named the band Rammstein, after a German city that was the site of an infamous air show disaster.

Success for the band came quickly. Their debut album Herzeleid (Heartbreak) came out in 1995, and they gained immediate popularit in Germany. The following year, producer Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails chose two Rammstein songs for a David Lynch film, and they started getting recognized internationally. Subsequent albums have achieved gold and platinum status.

During a break from Rammstein in 2006, Richard spent a couple of years on a solo project called Emigrate. It was significant, as it was the first time Richard took over the lead vocal role. One of the songs he did as Emigrate was featured on the Resident Evil soundtrack. But eventually, it was time to get Rammstein rolling again.

Love is for All

The bandʼs sixth studio album, “Liebe ist für alle da” (German for “Love is for All”), is set to be released in October 2009, on Universal here in the USA. You can hear Richardʼs ESP guitars in action throughout the new album. Richard has turned to a number of ESP models over the years. In addition to his well-known Signature Series RZK model, heʼs performed using various custom and standard models including the Eclipse, the Kirk Hammett KH-2, the LTD EC-1000, and several others. For a real lesson in Richardʼs innovative songwriting and guitar playing, pick up the new Rammstein album, and if you have a chance to see this band on tour, do not miss it!

Sources: http://www.espguitars.com/news/news_richard.html

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bah s'est pas celle qu'ont montre qu'il à là ? Comment elle s'apelle celle qui l'a en live là ?

C'est la même. Y'a juste la déco "Destroy" qui change.

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ViCtO49 ou as tu vu la RZK II en vente ? Partout ou je suis aller voir, je n'ai trouver que la RZK I et sur le site de ESP il n'y a que la 1 décliné en noir et en LTD

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La Forme reste la même c'est dommage même si elle etait jolie mais sinon avec la deco du Live elle est magnifique

dommage que coté caracteristique ce ne soit pas une guitare d'exception .

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gné! ESP RZK-I

en plus "référencé depuis novembre 2005" alors ou ils l'avaient en stock depuis 4 barres et juste pour le fun ils les ont pas mis en ventes ou c'est bien la I et tu t'es gouré (ou bravo pour ta blague)

voila c'est régler, aux rêveurs du mardi je dit bonne nuit!

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Je prefere celle ci, moins "sophistiquée" niveau esthetique.

Mais je suis plus adepte des forme Flying V et Bc Rich donc bon ^^

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Judge fred pour ceux qui connaisse a testé la RZK-1 pour ceux que sa interresse Clic !!

Ca parle de la RZK-1 mais comme les caractéristiques sont semblables j'me dis que ça peut intéresser du monde

PS: Il y a quelque faute dans l'interwiew notamment le DVD live aus berlin <_<

Et surtout quand il dis que c'est LE compositeur de Rammstein ou presque =s m'enfin ...

Edited by Carbone 14

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Musikschmidt a testé la RZK BKS dans sa version LTD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4y_FltNDxKg ;)

Elle à l'air sympa.... Par contre la RZK montré une ou deux page avant, MIAM ! (avec les pickup rouge... :D )

N'empêche que la deuxième RZK bis, en blanc crème est très (trop) largement pompé sur une vieille mosrite de 65 http://hem.bredband.net/fjekla/pics/pw-mosrite-2.jpg (le père d'un de mes potes en a une comme ça... Dommage que la forme n'a pas plus persisté.... car j'trouve que c'est une forme vachement originale avec la crosse du bas plus grande, ça aurait pu devenir un modèle de référence... mais bon mosrite et le marketing :lol: )

Sinon dommage que la RZK II aura aussi un floyd... j'suis justement en train de zieuté sur divers eclipse, une signature rammstein m'aurait pas déplu, mais le floyd casse tout (j'en ai déjà un à la maison... pas deux, non merci ! :( ) Car selon Richard, le floyd lui offre le son qu'il désire et blablabla et qu'il n'arrive pas à avoir avec un tune o matic... bizarre, il fait moins la gueule quand il joue sur le rappel du RR tour avec une EC 1000 qui n'a pas de floyd <_<

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