It's arrived in the form of the newest addition to the John Petrucci Signature Series from Sterling By Music Man: The JP70 7-String. Born out of the overwhelming request of fans and players worldwide,... Read More
It's arrived in the form of the newest addition to the John Petrucci Signature Series from Sterling By Music Man: The JP70 7-String. Born out of the overwhelming request of fans and players worldwide, the JP70 takes the player to new lows and musical highs. Matched, special design ceramic magnet high-output pickups, 3-way pickup switching, and the venerable Music Man-approved Sterling By Music Man recessed Modern Tremolo make this a seven-string axe to wield with power.
Includes gig bag.
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Comments about Sterling by Music Man JP70 7-String Electric Guitar:
I had ordered this guitar not too long ago, and it just came in yesterday. I must say, this is one of the best feeling guitars that I have taken the pleasure of playing. This guitar features a beautifully done trans-green burst finish, locking tuners, a full floating Sterling By Music Man tremolo (Suuuuper stable, stays in tune just fine), and 2 Sterling humbucking pickups which are articulate, and bright (I might eventually swap pickups, but that's because I'm picky, but in all reality, these are just fine). The guitar arrived perfectly set up. The action was at the perfect height, and the tremolo was very level to the body. I can't judge the reliability, since I have only had it for a day, but I have heard so many great things regarding reliability for all Sterling guitars. Tl;dr: Spectacular feel, sound, appearance. Versatile with tones. Can handle crushing distortion, to bluesy lead tones, to big, beautiful, clean chords. Well done to these guys. They know how to craft a guitar that feels like it should be worth $1500 for less than half the price. Highly recommended.