IT DOESNT TAKE ROCKET SCIENCE TO FIGURE THIS ONE OUT.  RANDY WAS RECOGONIZED , RANDY IN 2 YRS TIME ACHEIVED SO MUCH RECOGONITION LISTEN TO THE EARLY YEARS IN HIS SOLOS  IN THE VIDEO ON THE LEFT BEFORE OZZY * BELOW WATCH HIM HUMBLY EXCEPT THE PEOPLES CHOICE OF BEST NEW TALENT . READ THE OTHER ACHEIVEMENT TAKEN FROM WIKI PEDIA RELATING TO THE JACKSON GUITAR WRITE UP. THOSE ARE ALL FACTS BESIDES MY OWN PERSONAL REASON, THE FACTS SAY IT ALL. ITS MUSIC APPRICIATED- MUSIC RECOGNIZED.  RANDY RHOADS STILL TEACHES TODAY.
TEACHERS USE IT IF YOU CAN- IT STILL HELPS ME - FOR ANYONE WHO CAN UTILIZE THIS HISTORICAL ICON , R.R HAD NO TECHNOLOGY HE WAS A TEACHER AND A STUDENT . THIS WAS BEFORE HIS FAME AND CONTINUES TO TEACH ME APPRICIATION OF THE GUITAR. AND MOTIVATES ME TO WANT TO BE BETTER AT IT .

Acheivments and awards

WHY I CHOSE RANDY
As I mentioned in the "about me "section should say enough ,but even without my personal reasons , RANDY RHOADS  was recognized by his  fans , colleagues, family and friends and other guitarists of that time , In fact ones like Steve Vai stated , he was nervous, Randy's guitar playing says it all and still says alot and speaks every time you hear him play..  7 awards i
Awards and honors"
 
1}Voted "Best New Talent" by the readers of Guitar    Player magazine in December 1981
 
2)Voted "Best Heavy Metal Guitarist" by the readers of UK-based Sounds magazine in December 1981
 
3)Placed 36th on Rolling Stone Magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists.
 
4)Placed 4th on Guitar World Magazine's 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Guitarists.
 
5)"Crazy Train" and "Mr. Crowley" placed 9th and 28th respectively on Guitar World‍ '​s 100 Greatest Guitar Solos readers poll.
 
6)Named one of the fastest guitar players in Guitar World‍ '​s 50 Fastest Guitarists list.
 
7)"Crazy Train" placed 51 in Rolling Stone‍ '​s "100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" list.
 
So in the 18months , just under 2 years ,of him being in mainstream music industry, Randy Rhoads was given recognition by the peoples choice , Gibson and Jackson Guitars have taken to Randy's custom made guitars when alive, and manufacter them now forever changing these fine instruments because of how well his own guitars he had customized sounded along with Marshall Amps, 
As a tribute to Rhoads, Marshall Amplification released the 1959RR at NAMM 2008. The amp is a limited-edition all-white Marshall Super Lead 100 watt head modeled after Rhoads' own Super Lead amp. Marshall engineers looked extensively at Rhoads' actual amplifier and made the 1959RR to those exact specifications, right down to the special high-gain modification Rhoads specifically requested when he visited the Marshall factory in 1980.
Jackson Guitars released an exact replica of Rhoads' original white "shortwing" V. His original guitar was handled, photographed, and measured extensively by Jackson's luthiers to produce the most precise replica possible. The guitar comes with black gaffer's tape covering the top wing and the back of the guitar, just like Rhoads'. Only 60 of the guitars were manufactured, each with the symbolic price tag of $12,619.56, which is Rhoads' birthday.In 2010, Gibson Guitars announced a new custom shop signature guitar modeled after Rhoads' 1974 Les Paul Custom.In April 2011, author Joel McIver announced the publication of the first fully comprehensive Rhoads biography, Crazy Train: The High Life and Tragic Death of Randy Rhoads,with a foreword written by Zakk Wylde and an afterword by Yngwie Malmsteen. In June 2012, Velocity Publishing Group announced a comprehensive Rhoads biography, written by Steven Rosen and Andrew Klein, and containing over 400 pages of material.  WIKI'S REFFERENCE LINK BELOW     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Rhoads#Posthumous_recognition