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OLP MM5 Baritone Guitar
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The MM5 Baritone features a basswood body, North American maple neck with rosewood fretboard. It has a custom contoured neck profile, bolt on constru...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MM5 Baritone features a basswood body, North American maple neck with rosewood fretboard. It has a custom contoured neck profile, bolt on construction, 30" scale baritone with 22 jumbo frets. The long scale length is perfect for tuning down. Other features include a string-thru fixed bridge and 2 direct mounted OLP humbucker pickups.
- Basswood body
- North American maple neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Custom contoured neck profile
- Bolt-on construction
- 30" baritone scale
- String-thru fixed bridge
- 2 direct-mounted OLP humbucker pickups
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One of my Chapps has one of these and its pretty nice. Olp makes a nice quality guitar becasue I own one and it sounds great. The low sound you get with this piece is great. If you're into baritones that are a nice buy then get this...You won't regret. Totally! and good luck to my American brothers:-)
I got one of these back when all they had was the maple neck sparkle blue finish. I like the black finish 1000 times better but like maple necks, so I will probably have mine refined. Currently strung as a makeshift Bass VI, E-E. Exceptional deal for the price, and the 30" scale guarantees that nice deep E string. I found that the E is even more playable on this than an actual Bass VI. As a matter of fact, it was originally made to be strung E-E by Ernie Ball, and they offer a set of strings just for that purpose for this instrument.Thoise looking for the classic Cure/New Order sound will not be dissapointed if they buy this and restring it!