This sculpted single-cutaway basswood axe is ready for action. A set of LH-100 pickups provide sonic firepower via 3-way toggle while the Tune-o-matic-style bridge with stopbar tailpiece keeps you loc... Read More
This sculpted single-cutaway basswood axe is ready for action. A set of LH-100 pickups provide sonic firepower via 3-way toggle while the Tune-o-matic-style bridge with stopbar tailpiece keeps you locked in tune. The bolt-on maple neck with a thin, U-shaped profile plays fast and the 24-3/4" scale rosewood fretboard makes note-bending easier.
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I am giving this axe 4 stars simply on the value of the money spent on this. What you get is basically a customized LP inspired type body that is very thin and light with humbuckers that are really quite decent. The neck is average and very comfortable to play. The finish of this guitar is really quite impressive. It looks really nice with no flaws I have found. The fretboard is a nice color and looks good. Here are some downsides I have had. The pots are cheap. They crackle and snap like crazy and the volume and treble control is not linear at all. Likely that could be fixed with some replacements. One of the inlaid dots on the 5th fret came off on mine. Not a super big deal but it looks kind of unfinished now. The guitar required a lot of work to get it set up right. The truss rod was not tensioned at all, the strings were really low and the incantation was slightly off. After spending about an hour with it I got it sounding pretty good. I wouldn't play this thing out of the box without at least checking the setup on it. The tuners feel kind of cheap and the guitar really liked to go out of tune on me. After tightening everything up and putting some strings on with proper locking 'knots' on the ends it helped quite a bit with the dropping out of tune. Overall I think it's still money well spent and aside from the flaws above it still sounds really good to me. It is very warm sounding and has some crunch to it. When you kick in the distortion it sounds really good. I have it hooked into a peavy vypr and it sounds great. The best thing about a guitar in this price range is it's almost disposable. This is my grab it and go guitar. If this is your budget for a new guitar I would strongly take a look at this.
My rythm guitarist uses this guitar, and it really gets the job done. Honestly I have no complaints at all. This is a really good rythm guitar for the fact that it has a nice thick tone to it. When it comes to the price, a Epiphone Les Paul, or a Squier Stratocaster are a better choice; you can get alot more out those guitars than this one. But i think that at the end of the day its all bout how you like your guitar, so to my bandmate this is a great guitar. and When you put distortion on the this baby it can scream really nice. Another thing is that the pickups are actually really nice, don't pay attention to the other reviews. The only dealbreaker for this guitar is a great amp. IF u hav a great amp this guitar will sound amazing.
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