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OLP John Petrucci Signature Model Electric Guitar Pack   

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Straight-ahead styling and awesome electronics in the OLP John Petrucci Signature Model Electric Guitar combine with dual-octave access for a lean, m...Read More

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Designed with Dream Theater's fiery virtuoso.

Straight-ahead styling and awesome electronics in the OLP John Petrucci Signature Model Electric Guitar combine with dual-octave access for a lean, mean tone machine. Hefty humbuckers chunk out rock-crushing crunch and stratospheric lead tones while the maple neck and basswood body enhance broad sustain. OLP includes strap, picks, poster, and semi-hard case with your John Petrucci Signature Model Electric Guitar.

FEATURES
  • Basswood body
  • Maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • 2 black humbuckers
  • Sealed, die-cast locking tuners
  • Heavy mass trem bridge
  • 24 jumbo frets
  • Chrome hardware
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4.3

(based on 26 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Exceeded my expectations

On first inspection the guitar looks nice. The finish is flawless (I have the redbust) and the body is solidly built and looks more expensive than, say, an ESP of the same...Read complete review

On first inspection the guitar looks nice. The finish is flawless (I have the redbust) and the body is solidly built and looks more expensive than, say, an ESP of the same price.It did need a setup but that is to be expected. I installed the included extra spring to increase the tuning stability.Fret buzz is minimal to non-existant. The tremolo moves smoothly with some slight up-pull. The neck is comfy and the contours feel similar to my Peavey Wolfgang.Plugged into a H&K half stack, this guitar screams with tone I'd expect from much more expensive intruments. The bridge pickup is edgy and handles everything from Megadeth riffs to EVH divebomb solos. The neck pickup was warm with lots of sustain and could dish out everything from SRV blues to dream theater.The tuners took some getting used to but seem to hold tune fairly well. You may want to replace them eventually.The stock strings were Ernie Ball slinkys.The case it comes with is very sturdy. It survived an Army deployment to Afghanistan.The included guitar strap was too short for me and the guitar cord was cheap and had to be replaced.All in all I think it's a great deal for the money.

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Wasn't happy.....

I'm not big on people who just trash stuff just to sound cool, so this is from my heart. I have a "real" MM petrucci, and wanted to try one...Read complete review

I'm not big on people who just trash stuff just to sound cool, so this is from my heart. I have a "real" MM petrucci, and wanted to try one of these so maybe my expectation were off, but the guitar was just not good. My biggest problem was intonation. (using a precision tuner)Between frets, the pitch would go from open E in tune, to F (way flat), then to F# (Way Sharp). This was just a big disappointment. But I understand that I might have been expecting too much. I have other guitars in this price range that play MUCH better than this guitar. I'm my opinion, this is at best a beginner guitar.

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5.0

great guitar that can be made amazing

By YtseJamDT2134

from North Jersey

This guitar's price tag is way to low for its quality. The sound of the stock olp humbuckers was expected to be sub-par at first but when finally getting it and playing it my opinion totally changed. Best stock pickups I've ever played on. This guitar is extremely versatile and can be equiped with even better gear then it has easily. When adding a set of demarzio air nortons it is astounding how close the guitar sounds to actual mm jp6 model. Great guitar for the unexperienced wanting to learn AND the experienced looking to improve. Stock - fits a more medal style of play with a slight bluesy side. Upgraded with Demarzios - UNLIMITED POSSIBILTIES. The only downside...NO PIEZO

 
5.0

the most awesome guitar ever

By Poopy McFlurple

from melbourne/australia

I loved this guitar the minute I saw it.I went straight into the store, picked it up, and started playing, its AMAZING, the feel, the looks, and also how it plays, its one of the best looking guitars I've ever seen. And its waaaaay better than my current guitar (epiphone SG).

 
4.0

Exceeded my expectations

By Chilimac the Poet

from Nashville, TN

On first inspection the guitar looks nice. The finish is flawless (I have the redbust) and the body is solidly built and looks more expensive than, say, an ESP of the same price.It did need a setup but that is to be expected. I installed the included extra spring to increase the tuning stability.Fret buzz is minimal to non-existant. The tremolo moves smoothly with some slight up-pull. The neck is comfy and the contours feel similar to my Peavey Wolfgang.Plugged into a H&K half stack, this guitar screams with tone I'd expect from much more expensive intruments. The bridge pickup is edgy and handles everything from Megadeth riffs to EVH divebomb solos. The neck pickup was warm with lots of sustain and could dish out everything from SRV blues to dream theater.The tuners took some getting used to but seem to hold tune fairly well. You may want to replace them eventually.The stock strings were Ernie Ball slinkys.The case it comes with is very sturdy. It survived an Army deployment to Afghanistan.The included guitar strap was too short for me and the guitar cord was cheap and had to be replaced.All in all I think it's a great deal for the money.

 
5.0

I love it

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I have been playing a Fender telecaster (mexico) and a Fender Strat. I wanted something with dual humbuckers and tremolo for a bit richer sound. After doing a full set-up and a few mild adjustments. I absolutely love this guitar. Any guitar you buy is going to need a few adjustments to suit the musician, regardless what you buy (I added a capacitor to the volume and tone pots). It now has the best sustain and full bodied sound of almost any guitar I've ever owned. I take it to nearly every gig. I love it.

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1.0

Wasn't happy.....

By PetrucciFan

from Baltimore, MD

I'm not big on people who just trash stuff just to sound cool, so this is from my heart. I have a "real" MM petrucci, and wanted to try one of these so maybe my expectation were off, but the guitar was just not good. My biggest problem was intonation. (using a precision tuner)Between frets, the pitch would go from open E in tune, to F (way flat), then to F# (Way Sharp). This was just a big disappointment. But I understand that I might have been expecting too much. I have other guitars in this price range that play MUCH better than this guitar. I'm my opinion, this is at best a beginner guitar.

 
5.0

Amazing value!!

By Weather-Man

from Los Angeles

Knowing full well that this isn't the uber-expensive Musicman, you can assure yourself that this is a great guitar. This guitar is perfect for beginners because of its lightweight and amazingly thin neck. The sculptured body feels natural unlike the cheap Fenders and Epiphones. The strings are Ernie Ball Slinky's and feel great, the best strings on a value pack I have seen. I have seen with an adjustable truss rod on the neck.This guitar is not only for beginners, but also for more people who want to play with the workings of a guitar. With the addition of new pickups, tuners and electronics, you can easily have a guitar that sounds very expensive.The only downsides of this guitar are the tuners and the frets. I had to sand the edges of the frets with a file since they were rough when I bought it. The locking tuners aren't that great but with a little patience you can live with them.

 
5.0

Great Buy!!!

By ProgGuitarist

from Ottawa, Canada

I have just recieved my olp john petrucci signature edition guitar and I must say that has surpassed my expectations in playabilty and overall tone. The neck has fast action and the cut in the guitar allows you to move all the down to that 24th fret. The tone is beautiful for what your paying for. I would definitely suggest this guitar to any player of any genre. The pickups are abit muddy but nothing too extreme. You may experience strings being slightly untuned when using the tremolo but also nothing extreme. I love this guitar am proud of my purchase.

 
5.0

An excelent choice!

By BLMikeM

from Michigan

Of the many guitars I've owned and purchased in the 13 years I've been playing, this is definitely one that I have been more proud to say that I own. I have very few complaints or changes that I would like to see made to this instrument. It plays better than any guitar I've ever owned (mostly of the Ibanez variety), with one of the most comfortable, easy-to-play necks that I've ever seen on a guitar. The extra scoop in the body makes it feel like I'm playing an extention or my own nerdy body. WARNING!!! The locking tuners will take some getting used to. Whoever put strings on the guitar when it was in the shop, didn't know what they were doing and wrapped the strings around the screw threadings before locking them in place. That really messed up my machine heads when it came time for me to restring it. So, just a heads up with that. Aside from that, a fantastic instrument with a great, warm tone.

 
5.0

OLP JP

By shredmaster315

from Austin, TX

well, this guitar is just awesome. i love the way it feels. the only other guitars i own are an Epiphone Les Paul Standard and an Ibanez JS100, and this guitar beats both of them in playability. the neck and body is so much thinner than the Les Paul, and with the cutaway it feels perfect, and the way the tremelo system is set up the strings aren't as tight as the JS100, which makes it easier to play. tone-wise, these pickups aren't that good, but they've got a nice tone though. nowhere near the Les Paul, but i'll put some real DiMarzios in there soon. the tuners are odd, and the strings went out of tune real easy, but i found out you just have to stretch them out A LOT. all in all, i'm happy with this guitar. and it is DEAD SEXY too.

 
5.0

A Dream

By RD

from Parkesburg, PA

If your looking for high power or a guitar that will mask your flaws then don?t pick this up, but if your looking for a guitar that?s has a rich warm fat sound and can perform well in different styles the I suggest this guitar to you.

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