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AXL Marquee MJZ Electric Guitar  

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The Marquee MJZ has a solid alder body and a rock maple neck, the Badwater Marquee MJZ starts with a tried-and-true foundation. Add to that two overwound alnico P-90 pickups that provide plenty of raw... Read More

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Overview

The Marquee MJZ has a solid alder body and a rock maple neck, the Badwater Marquee MJZ starts with a tried-and-true foundation. Add to that two overwound alnico P-90 pickups that provide plenty of raw grit, crunch, and bite. The tortoise pickguard and bound headstock give the MJZ an unmistakable vintage vibe. Add other classic design features like a tremolo bridge, rosewood fretboard, and 25-1/2" scale length for extra harmonic brightness, and the Marquee MJZ delivers the look and tone players want at a price they can't resist. Case sold separately.

Features
  • Solid alder body
  • Rock maple bolt-on neck
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 21 frets
  • 2 alnico P-90 single-coil pickups
  • Volume & Tone controls
  • 3-way pickup selector wwitch
  • Tremolo bridge
  • Tortoise pickguard
  • Bound headstock
  • Case sold separately
Specifications
  • 25-1-2" scale length
    1-11/16" nut width
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AxlMarquee MJZ Electric Guitar
 
2.0

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2.0

Bad craftsmanship

By Laurie

from Pittsburgh PA

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Comments about Axl Marquee MJZ Electric Guitar:

I ordered the Axl Marquee MJZ and I was excited because everywhere I looked, I saw good reviews on it. My excitement was immediately shattered when I opened the box to find glue on the fretboard and headstock. After plugging in, I was even more disappointed when it wouldn't stay in tune, and the fret buzz was horrific. The pickups sounded surprisingly good for such a bad guitar, and that's why it has 3 stars. I would not recommend this guitar unless you really don't have much of a budget. Go with a Squier, they are much better.

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