[NAMM] Axl Guitars Badwater 1216 Jr
With just one pickup and two knobs, AXL have stripped away everything but the essentials for the new Badwater 1216 Jr. .
The 1216 Jr is the little brother of the best-selling Badwater 1216 single cutaway. The Jr shares the same extra deep cutaway, along with a contoured neck heel designed to make the upper frets easy to reach. The set neck and the body are mahogany, combined with a single AXL Alnico P-90 pickup designed to switch easily from "clean blues to gritty punk tones."
Pricing & Availability
The AXL Badwater 1216 Jr. has a street price of $164.99 and comes in Antique White, Antique Brown and Matte Sunburst finishes. You can see it at Summer NAMM, booth #1408.
For more information on AXL guitars, visit www.axlguitars.com.
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