This guitar is available at Instruments Garage for $330.

  • Specs

Agathis body, bolt-on maple neck with a rosewood fretboard, a 25.5 inch scale, 24 jumbo frets, pearloid dot inlays, a wraparound bridge, B.D.S.M. humbucking pickups, chrome hardware, 1 volume and 1 tone knob, and a 3-way pickup selector.


  • Sound

In general, This guitar’s sound is bright which gives palm-muted licks and harmonics an edgier sound. The pickups have medium output, and they’re alright for the price. Typically, this guitar’s sound would satisfy the needs of those who’re starting in metal and looking to experiment in that genre.


  • Feel and Finish

The neck is definitely the highlight of this guitar; it has thin D-shaped profile which makes playing very comfortable especially for guitarists that like fast playing and utilize a lot of transitions across the neck. The tuners are reliable enough, the pickups’ height is well adjusted, and the action is relatively low.

  • Bottom Line

In general, this guitar would be a good choice for novice players that want to step into the world of metal, or experienced players seeking a reliable backup for gigs.

This guitar is available at Instruments Garage for $330.


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