Fully updated and covering more that ever before the Rig Guide is rightly one of the most popular amateur radio books around. Regularly revised and updated there is nothing else quite like the Rig Guide a book that simply defines the prices of amateur radio equipment in the UK, what more could you ask for?
If you are planning to buy or sell any amateur radio equipment you should not be without the Rig Guide. If you want to know what the trade in price is for your existing kit or how much it will fetch as a second hand item, this book provides it along with current retail prices to. The book begins with tips for buyers and a guide to selling and trading. The guide even tells you how to avoid getting lumbered with stolen gear. The Rig Guide contains a list of the abbreviations used in the descriptions and an explanation of them all. The guide isn't limited to popular commercial amateur radio transceivers but also covers receivers, scanners and linear amplifiers too. You'll find extensive lists of past models from Acom to Yaesu, with over 20 manufacturers listed in-between, including Icom, TenTec, Kenwood, etc. We're not just talking about current models either and you will even find details on the many Chinese manufacturers. DSP isn't forgotten either with a dedicated section on the equipment available. Amateurs trust RSGB reviews and a full list of RadCom reviews since 1990 is included and when piece of equipment was reviewed by RadCom it is highlighted on the listing. Overall the Rig Guide contains details of over 360 of pieces of amateur radio equipment covering HF, VHF & UHF. Each item is described in an easy to understand listing that covers its main features, band coverage etc with a photograph of the equipment.
Knowing the worth of any piece of equipment means you can easily cover the cost of the Rig Guide with just one purchase or sale. Selling or Buying, you need a copy of the Rig Guide, don't be at a disadvantage - buy a copy today!