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Other Shape Guitar from Sterling by Music Man belonging to the AX series

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  • manu80manu80

    Very good investment

    Sterling by Music Man AX40Published on 08/04/11 at 13:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    While the specs:
    * Basswood body with cream binding, tummy contour
    * Quilted maple veneer top
    * Double-locking tremolo Sterling
    * Locking nut
    * 25-1/2 "scale
    * Maple neck with asymmetrical neck carve
    * Music Man 5 bolt neck joint-designed
    * Maple fingerboard
    * 22 medium jumbo frets
    * 1.63 "(41.5mm) nut width
    * 2 zebra humbuckers Sterling A5
    * 3-way selector
    * Music Man-designed hardtail bridge
    * Spoke wheel truss rod Adjustment
    Music Man * 4 +2 headstock
    * Chrome locking tuners
    * Sterling by Music Man gig bag
    All in a great padded bag not a poor thing to the point nylon for now I do not intend to buy a hard case. Comes with allen key vibrato bar etc ...
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    While the specs:
    * Basswood body with cream binding, tummy contour
    * Quilted maple veneer top
    * Double-locking tremolo Sterling
    * Locking nut
    * 25-1/2 "scale
    * Maple neck with asymmetrical neck carve
    * Music Man 5 bolt neck joint-designed
    * Maple fingerboard
    * 22 medium jumbo frets
    * 1.63 "(41.5mm) nut width
    * 2 zebra humbuckers Sterling A5
    * 3-way selector
    * Music Man-designed hardtail bridge
    * Spoke wheel truss rod Adjustment
    Music Man * 4 +2 headstock
    * Chrome locking tuners
    * Sterling by Music Man gig bag
    All in a great padded bag not a poor thing to the point nylon for now I do not intend to buy a hard case. Comes with allen key vibrato bar etc ...

    UTILIZATION

    So it's not a musicman is on, but it very well fini.Juste a little trick on the horn below the level of the net, it could be better.

    Very ergonomic and compact, with a small stomach cutting, not present on the EVH example.

    Handle very soft maple, unvarnished, ca does not catch, nickel. The head is so small and the body as we seem to have planed a scratch, rather enjoyable too.

    The original pickups are pretty good, nice clean sounds, microphones easel rather good, not bad to handle dribble against distortion by. I changed with SD Jazz and JB and top it.

    Access to acute rather good, the joint body is rounded handle.

    SOUNDS

    I play on a Randall KH75. It is a very versatile scraper, the smicros also posed permit. The set JB / Jazz is rather versatile. Tate pass me a push pull on it.
    good one control, volume, volume 2 would have been well TFW, more malleable.

    The floyd is well accor dmais he got oddly angled and dur.Meme if it rests on the table (not from can), it is advisable to diminish at the ready on the table. A small adjustment in the luthier's best model and to complete everything, I advise you to be a D-Tuna on it. It'll be a little EVH power;)

    So aves of SD, no 8, 6.

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months since I play it regularly, there is a fear of dirty redire.Juste the handle so clear a run, but otherwise everything runs !!!!! It's a good scratch. My only regret is the price in France: 815 euros!! when it is available in England for 530 Euros. Having said that for 815 euros There's more I think of the side or another, but ibanez & 530, the it's worth it.
    Not easy to try this to say about Paris, I saw little.
    In any case, Sterling is for me the best quality vs.ESP LTD.
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