The Music Man JP15 Roasted Quilt Maple Top Seven-String Electric Guitar is the first John Petrucci production model to feature a roasted maple fretboard and roasted maple top. The African mahogany bod... Read More
The Music Man JP15 Roasted Quilt Maple Top Seven-String Electric Guitar is the first John Petrucci production model to feature a roasted maple fretboard and roasted maple top. The African mahogany body features a Sahara Burst satin finish and a pair of DiMarzio Illuminator humbuckers. The roasted, figured maple neck is finished in gunstock oil and wax. Piezo, 20 dB gain boost and custom pearl JP15 inlays come stock on every JP15. Available in 6 or 7 string with your choice of flame or quilt top. Hard case included.
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Comments about Ernie Ball Music Man JP15 Roasted Quilt Maple Top Seven-String Electric Guitar:
I play guitar in a hobby cover band that occasionally gigs. In my 20 years of guitar playing, I have never played a guitar that sounds as amazing and feels as nice as the JP15, even those disgustingly expensive PRSs and custom shop Gibsons. The neck is silky smooth. All the hardware has a solid feel: knobs, switches, tremolo, tuning packs, and so forth.
I love how the guitar can provide a full range of sounds. The neck pickup is well rounded. The dual setting sounds just as snappy as a Strat with the single coil switch engaged. The bridge pickup has a sharp (but not harsh) attack and cuts through the mix. I didn't think I would use the boost switch as much as I do. It gives you just a bit more bite or feedback, if you want to add that sort of thing to your solos. Overall, the JP15 produces a beautiful crisp tone.
The guitar is visually stunning.The color is a bit darker than it appears online (see picture), but that's a good thing because it contrasts well with the chrome hardware.
The only complaint I have about the guitar is the case. It's a soft leather, and it's hard to load into my trunk with all my gear without wearing the leather corners off on the rough carpet. Plus, the latches are just a little misaligned so you have to work at it to close the case. These are minor in the grand scheme of things, but they should be noted on a $3000+ guitar.
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