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[NAMM] Music Man Axis Super Sport Hollow-Body

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Music Man introduced at NAMM 2014 a new hollow-body version of their Axis Super Sport electric guitar.

The new Axis Super Sport Hollow-Body will be available in two versions with either two DiMarzio Custom humbucking or Music Man MM90 pickups.

Specifications:

  • Mahogany body on the Humbucking edition and ash on the MM90 version
  • Figured maple top
  • Bolt-on maple neck (5 bolts)
  • Maple or rosewood fingerboard with 10” radius, 22 medium frets and Dot inlays
  • Nut width: 1–5/8”
  • Scale length: 25.5”
  • Schaller M6-IND Locking tuners (4 + 2) with pearl buttons
  • 2 DiMarzio Custom or vintage style Music Man MM90 pickups
  • 1 volume and 1 tone knobs
  • Cream binding
  • Chrome hardware
  • Tobacco Burst finish and Opaque Black back and sides

Full details available at www.music-man.com

 

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