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AXL Mayhem FireAx Electric Guitar
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When you unleash your hot licks, the AXL Bloodsport FireAx Electric Guitar will sound as threatening as it looks. This guitar features an angular bod...Click To Read More About This Product
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Dangerous looks with the sonic heft to back it up.
When you unleash your hot licks, the AXL Bloodsport FireAx Electric Guitar will sound as threatening as it looks. This guitar features an angular body, and a floating tremolo bridge that's excellent for wailing solos. Two humbuckers and a single-coil pickup offer the ultimate in tonal variety.
- Body: Alder
- Neck: Maple with bubinga stripe
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Finish: Red gloss
- Inlay: Arrowhead
- Bridge: Floating tremolo
- Pickups: EMG-designed Alnico pickups - 1 single-coil, 2 humbuckers
- Controls: 1 volume, 2 tone, 5-way switch
- Neck profile: Ultra thin
- Neck joint: Deep cut bolt-on
- Neck joint location: 21st fret treble, 17th fret bass
- Radius: 14"
- Nut width: 1-5/8"
- Nut type: Locking nut
- Scale length: 25-1/2"
Mayhem FireAx Electric Guitar
Reviewed by 14 customers
I bought this guitar a few months ago, its a great guitar besides the made in china quality, the nuts that hold the strings in place have stripped because it was made out of cast iron metal, the wammy bar is also backwards and the wiring was cheaply done, i have had to get constant repairs on it because i lost my account #
I bought this guitar around christmas and I thought it was the coolest guitar ever!!! It was until I could never keep it in tune. The pick ups are good you just have to know how to set them... but the tremolo sucks!
I bought this guitar a while back. I was suprised how nice the sound was for the price of the guitar is. It is great with pinch harmonics, dive bombs, fingertapping, and every thing metal.
amazing. the greatest. floyd rose brige aint the best, but easy to swap.tuning was off, but wicked fast for its price. a great buy.
For the money, this is a great guitar. The licensed Floyd Rose hasn't gave me any problems and stays in tune great. For stock pickups the EMG designed are pretty good. They can handle the most hardcore metal to the softest rock. The neck is the best part about this guitar though. It is very comfortable and you can really shred on it. There are a few cosmetic flaws (they weren't noticeable immediately though). All in all, this is a great guitar. If you are on a budget and want a nice metal guitar, this is the guitar for you.
This is a very flexible guitar. It can handle death metal just as easy as it can handel blues and sound very nice. What I really like is the action of this guitar its very easy to play bar cords and lead on it. The other thing I really enjoy is the good access to the higher frets.
The second this guitar arrived at my house, it was love at first sight. Was in PERFECT condition when received and all I had to do was attached trem arm and tune it. Has a lot of great features and sounds great no matter what style you play in.
This is a very flexible guitar.It can handle death metal just as easy as it can handel blues and sound very nice .What I really like is the action of this guitar its very easy to play bar cords and lead on it. The other thing i really enjoy is the good access to the higher frets
When I got this thing out of the box, there were scratches on the fretboard, and a ding in on the back plate - hence the low quality.Also, the strings were completely loose and dead, I had to immediately restring it as soon as it came out of the box - the Floyd Rose was seemingly FUBAR - I had to screw around with it for over an hour, readjusting and retuning. The hole for the arm of the trem is rusted up, and does not allow movement of the arm very well.However, once this thing gets going, we're really rolling. There are so many different sounds you can get out of this thing, 5 way switching, 2 tone knobs, etc. It has more bite than a lot of my guitars - an incredible bang for the buck.Overall, if you're not afraid of the Floyd Rose, and if you know what you're doing with it, it's no problem. Once you get past the first stage, it's a sweet ride from there on.
Overall it?s a good guitar. It?s very light with a smooth neck, and low action. Problems with the tremolo system though. Had to get it serviced because the tremolo bar was too big for the hole it went in. 2 weeks later, got it back and works great. It tends to stay in tune once the strings have time to stretch out.