There seem to have been two different guitars, both referred to as RR7 (check out the RR6 page with regard to these differences, having to do with the controls, mini-switches and pickups).
The difference with the RR6 is that the RR7 models both have tremolos, and 648 mm scale lengths.
For different promo pictures from the US and Japan, check out the "Adverts" section.
It used to sell for $650 (60,000 Yen).
Heartfield part number: 031-0900.
Heartfield colour codes available for the US guitars: Frost White (755), Montego Black (767), Frost Red (777) and Electric Blue (787). Colour codes for the Japanese guitars: BLK (Black), RED (Red), LPB (Lake Placid Blue) and RYL (Revolution Yellow).
First documented month of manufacture: October 1990 (serial number J90037, not pictured on the site). Last documented month of manufacture: October 1990 (serial number J90318, not pictured on this site). It never appeared in Fender Frontline magazine, and has so far only been spotted in a 1990 Japanese Heartfield Catalogue.
Click on a serial number to view an instrument's known history.
|Type: 1990 Japan-type RR7|
|Serial #: J90313|
|Remarks: It's got RR7 stamped on heel and on neck pocket. This model adheres to the RR7 definition according to the Japense documentation, and has a single coil pickup at the neck. The colour is Revolution Yellow known from the Japanese catalogue. Also, the tremolo cover is different and it has a maple unpainted neck.|
|Above photo credits: The owner, Paul S. Abrams.|