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Win an AXL 1216 Artist Guitar

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Axl Guitars 1216 Artist

You can get a chance to win an AXL USA 1216 Artist guitar until August 31.

The AXL USA 1216 Artist features Seymour Duncan Seth Lover pickups co-designed by Seymour Duncan and the inventor of the humbucker, Seth Lover. Under the hood, CTS pots are connected by cloth-covered wire, like the original guitars that inspired this version. AXL use Orange Drop capacitors and feature a “volume kit” that keeps the treble frequencies at the same level the player desires even when the volume pot itself is rolled off.

TonePros’ tune-o-matic bridge and tailpiece were used, as well as TonePros locking mechanisms. Every fret is hand-pressed with fretwire. Extra features include a solid mahogany body and set neck, Grover Rotomatic tuners, and a Graph Tech Tusq XL nut.

 

Pricing:

$799.99

 

For more information on AXL guitars, visit www.axlguitars.com.

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