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Music Man Axis Super Sport

Other Shape Guitar from Music Man .

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Music Man Axis Super SportPublished on 01/04/08 at 22:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Music Man Axis Super Sport Piezo HH, made in U.S.

This is the fixed bridge version of the Music Man EVH or Axis.

Basswood body with flame table Saddle, sleeve and key Rabl (bird'seyes) and matching head. The top finishing EBMM, and believe me, throws.

The Di Marzio are the usual customs of this model.

The handle is plutt round and Troit assymtrique (brief or as the EVH Wolfgang laz)

Deuxime jack (Stereo) for the piezo, a switch that allows the use of microphones magntiques and / or piezo.

A 5-way switch

UTILIZATION

The neck of this guitar is a must in the market especially for soloists. Nanmoins, if your trip is plutt Ibanez or Jackson, you may be dpayss!

The......
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Music Man Axis Super Sport Piezo HH, made in U.S.

This is the fixed bridge version of the Music Man EVH or Axis.

Basswood body with flame table Saddle, sleeve and key Rabl (bird'seyes) and matching head. The top finishing EBMM, and believe me, throws.

The Di Marzio are the usual customs of this model.

The handle is plutt round and Troit assymtrique (brief or as the EVH Wolfgang laz)

Deuxime jack (Stereo) for the piezo, a switch that allows the use of microphones magntiques and / or piezo.

A 5-way switch

UTILIZATION

The neck of this guitar is a must in the market especially for soloists. Nanmoins, if your trip is plutt Ibanez or Jackson, you may be dpayss!

The guitar is lgre, trs good balance, no muzzle to the forearm, but if a person does ESG on a Les Paul or Telecaster ...

SOUNDS

This guitar is versatile trs. You can send or mtal rock without worry. She lacks warmth for blues, but if you like this style of intake agrmenter jazzy or country, it will show ffective trs. In short it is more crystalline fat.

I have an essay in the fixed bridge version, but I think there is a weird mix of Tele and 335 when I plug into a fender. Compared to the other axis, I find most compelling in its clear to the extent that it is the only power accder REALLY Crystal clear sound (for some complex arrangements is trs apprciable ). Whatever the channel of the amp, the guitar keeps normment of precision and a perfect intonation.

As for the piezo: a slap! There is only one SETTING THE volume, so for the legalization, go to the console. And once rgler: caviar. We are really close to the trs sound of a acoustic electric with comfort. And with the clarity of the sound quality of intonation, your exact may sometimes be INTERESTED in some cases. Personally, I prfre lgrement reduce the volume of the piezo for a rsultat quiet.

And finally, the killer combination: the solo with its saturated and piezo simultaneously in the table! Although the back has been serious.

OVERALL OPINION

Let's be clear. This is primarily a MODEL prcis guitar pro. Vritable Swiss army knife of sound. There will always be to say that a lack of personality. No, it's a real guitar, you have to work the body to get the best. Nobody sounds like a Steve Vai Jem, right? And how is it possible that Gilmour did the same on the Start on a gretsch (or P90 for the Les Paul solo Antohi brick in the wall). No, this guitar is not suitable for guitarists who play only one style or style extreme. But for others, there is only one guitar pick for concerts. And those who make rgulirement see what I mean!

Easy guitar play, but that requires to be tamed to make the best.

PS: I do not hypnotize EBMM HTD or otherwise. If I want a guitar half price, I take a chance! Whereas I think as free and sincre.
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Music Man Axis Super SportPublished on 06/17/11 at 17:37
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Made in U.S., Fixed chavalet Music Man (not a fan of floyd anyway) and through-string. 22 medium jumbo frets. Channel and table in maple, basswood body. Beautiful mottled finish. Two humbuckers DiMarzio custom pickups. 5-way switch (neck, the two central, two humbuckers ensemnble, micro inside neck and bridge, bridge) One volume one tone. Schaller locking tuners. Simple, beautiful, effective. Delivered in box.



Maple neck, button paliasandre, D slightly asymmetrical profile for a comfortable grip and comfort of play rarely equaled. I have some fender or gibson all types. The grip may request an adjustment period but there is comfort direct to any type of play without fatigue.
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Made in U.S., Fixed chavalet Music Man (not a fan of floyd anyway) and through-string. 22 medium jumbo frets. Channel and table in maple, basswood body. Beautiful mottled finish. Two humbuckers DiMarzio custom pickups. 5-way switch (neck, the two central, two humbuckers ensemnble, micro inside neck and bridge, bridge) One volume one tone. Schaller locking tuners. Simple, beautiful, effective. Delivered in box.



Maple neck, button paliasandre, D slightly asymmetrical profile for a comfortable grip and comfort of play rarely equaled. I have some fender or gibson all types. The grip may request an adjustment period but there is comfort direct to any type of play without fatigue.

UTILIZATION

see above. Comfort rarely equaled and rosewood fingerboard, which I prefer with a radius slightly domed, so strata and slightly asymmetrical profile, which falls well in hand (I have a les paul standard whose handle is asymmetric but much less comfortable)
In addition it is oiled on a satin finish. A treat, even if maintained,
access to acute is easy
The sound is honest, clear, precise, with good grain and good definition (note that the microphones were set incorrectly on mine, too low for the neck pickup and not enough on the brigde. But it soon sorted) .
The sustain is incredible. Agreement, the time to light a cigarette, take two puffs before its partnership with feedback, and mechanical locking Schaller 4-2 (allowing the most extreme bends without déscaccordage)
The pickups are DiMarzio custom, directly derived from EVH. The bridge also gives a strong or a Gibson 500T Seymour Invader SH8,
However, it accepts all types of games from jazz to metal through bluezy crunchy sound much enjoyable.
This versatility is not detrimental to the character as the beautiful (with its quilted maple table) and he must first tame as the amp. This is not a Swiss Army knife for musicen guitar studio.

SOUNDS

Any type of sounds. PRS as a wedding was more or less successful depending on the tastes between strata and the paul custom 24, both married the music man and telecaster les paul on the axis. It is not scientifically proven but that's what I felt
So it allows all the well-turned pots that greasy riff to Texas or the big fat hard on families through the morning are hendrixien srv
The position of the selector 2 (5 position December 11, 1122 122 22) is not top for my taste because lack of definition but I will change the wiring for 11,112 22, 122 22)
I have not found pulling rope of origin (9-46) very appropriate and I asked him for Ernie Ball in rock n roll from 10 to 52, I think it sounds better but this is a question to taste
I was playing on Marschll JVM 410H or Line6 Spider Jam. All the lights in all transistors, no problem, the character is there. Note that it's going very well also on computer through an external sound card and a prog like AmpliTube 3

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a month and is immediately reached the top 5 of my guitars (I have a score) just behind a Start and a Custom Les Paul Custom 57 Goldtop. Downgrading my PRS and in 6th position and returning to a depot Ibanez sale
So I tried and own many guitars, some bored me very quickly but this one (for his character, his "versatility" in my tastes) is very inspiring
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  • Manufacturer: Music Man
  • Model: Axis Super Sport
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/14/2008

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