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Peavey PXD Void III Electric Guitar
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With a Kahler tremolo and supercharged active pickups anchored to menacing slabs of tone-sustaining mahogany, the Peavey PXD Void III Guitar is the s...Click To Read More About This Product
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Captures the aggression and attitude of modern metal players with hot pickups and killer looks.
With a Kahler tremolo and supercharged active pickups anchored to menacing slabs of tone-sustaining mahogany, the Peavey PXD Void III Guitar is the sound of full-on aggression. It features high output EMG active pickups and the EMG-AB Afterburner tone circuit, which boosts input gain up to 20 dB--for the highest levels of saturation anywhere.
The Peavey PXD Void III is the perfect complement to the Peavey 6505 Series guitar amplifiers, already a metal legend in the arsenals of bands like Trivium, In Flames, Bullet For My Valentine, Machine Head, Darkest Hour and more. True to the music that inspired them, the PXD Series of electric guitars are built for speed, slicing leads and razor-sharp riffs.
- Mahogany body
- Set mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard with aluminum inlay
- 24 frets
- 24-3/4" scale
- Precision tuners
- 2 EMG pickups
- 2 volume controls
- 1 Afterburner control
- 3-way toggle switch
- Kahler tremolo
- Aged aluminum pickguard and truss rod cover
- Black hardware
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Comments about Peavey PXD Void III Electric Guitar:
I was blown away when I plugged it into my Vypyr 100W 212. Right out of the box, I changed the strings only because I prefer the Ernie Ball Super Slinkies and lowered the action a bit. Just a little too high for my taste, but not bad. The EMG's scream even without the pre-amp on. The finish feels like raw wood, and it's light weight will suprise you. Good balance from end to end. Plays real comfortable sitting down or standing up. Solid, quality feel. No fret buzz or dead spots. The trem is so smooth and stays tuned after crazy dive bombs. The case is solid and secure. The only negative I can think of is the battery was completly dead, but that's all and not really a negative at all. You'll be happy with it, I promise.