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Ernie Ball Music Man SUB 1 Guitar HH
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It offers the look and feel of MusicMan's Silhouette models at a price that makes it accessible to more musicians. Poplar body with textured finish, ...Click To Read More About This Product
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It offers the look and feel of MusicMan's Silhouette models at a price that makes it accessible to more musicians. Poplar body with textured finish, diamond-plate aluminum pickguard, locking tuners, 2 custom humbuckers, and maple neck with rosewood fretboard.
- Poplar body
- Custom MusicMan textured finish
- Standard MusicMan-style string-thru-body bridge of chromeplated steel with bent stainless steel saddles
- Diamond-plate aluminum pickguard
- 25-1/2" scale
- 10" radius
- 22 frets, high profile, medium width
- 1-5/8" width at nut, 2-1/4" at last fret
- Rosewood fretboard
- Black painted maple neck and headstock
- Chromeplated, enclosed, non-locking tuners
- Adjustable truss rod
- 5-bolt attachment
- Volume and tone controls
- 2 custom humbuckers pickups
- 3-way toggle pickup selector
- Weight 6 lbs. 5 oz. varies slightly
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I looked at guitars produced in US. Since I use to have a Stingray bass (which I loved) I took a look at Music Man. This guitar with H+H and tremolo and all in black was not only good looking it is easy to play and got a great sound. However it only comes in "textile" look which may not appeal to all. The pick guard in metal is not my really my stile but I managed to get one with a playing black plastic one. I've played other Music Man guitars and they are better (playing and sound and finish) but more expensive. This SUB1 is a great buy from a price/quality point of view. My advice is to go and try it out in the store while it is still available and you will probably want to bring it home.
One day I had gone to Guitar Center and picked up this G-tar and loved it. Easy to play and good for lead Guitar. My favorite thing abou this G-tar is that it is veary easy to squeel on. Still saving up to buy :].
I went into the shop looking for a mexican strat, but then I saw this axe. It is probably the best guitar you can ever get for the price. It would easily cost $1200-2500 if it were a fender, gibson, ibanez, ESP, etc. You can play a great variety of styles with this guitar. It stays in tune very well, and the quality is unreal. This guitar will outlive you and your great grandchildren and probably any other guitar you have that's worth less than $2000. Great guitar for the price
This guitar was an unexpected find, was looking to pick up an ibanez js1000 then saw this beauty being brought into the shop and was enticed by it strangely gorgeous looks then within 10 seconds i'd found my new love this guitar not only plays nearly all styles well but astoundingly well with excellent harmonics and amazing construction ive had this guitar since realese and its one of the most talked about pieces of equiptment in the recording studio! a must buy (while you can!)
I was going to Guitar Center with $350 to get an OLP imitation AXIS guitar, but when I got there, I found something else...the Ernie Ball MusicMan SUB1, and I'm glad I did. This thing is amazing. The model I got was black on black not black on blue. The sustain is awesome and the speed makes it really accessible. To give you an idea of how fast the guitar is, I'll tell you this: I put on Ernie Ball Beefy Slinkies (54, 42, 30, 22, 15, 11) and this thing still rips. Seriously, I've had everything from a Strat to a Kramer Aerostar to a 1980 BC Rich Warlock and this is my favorite guitar...I haven't played anything since I got this out of the shop (after the set-up). A great price for the quality, for sure.