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7-String Electric Guitar

  • Body: Poplar
  • Top: Quilted maple
  • Bolt-on neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Amaranth
  • Fretboard inlays: Pearloid piranha tooth
  • Frets: 24 jumbo
  • Nut: Black plastic
  • Nut width: 47.6 mm (1.87")
  • Scale: 673 mm (26.5")
  • Compound fretboard radius: 305 - 406 mm (12" - 16")
  • Pickups: 2 Jackson high output 7-string humbuckers
  • Controls: Volume & Tone
  • 3-Way switch
  • Bridge: Jackson HT7 string-through-body
  • Hardware: Black
  • Machine heads: Closed Jackson diecast
  • Strings: NPS .009 - .054
  • Colour: Transparent Black Burst
available since February 2021
Item number 511795
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Black
Body Poplar
Top Quilted Maple
Neck Maple
Fretboard Amaranth
Frets 24
Scale 673 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo None
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
966 AED 251,26 €
Plus 269 AED shipping
The price in AED is a guideline price only!
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Possibly the best entry 7 string guitar for the $$ that still looks good
DanielPicon 13.03.2022
TLDR: get this guitar, change the pickups and strings.

Relative to its price this guitar should be 5 stars across the board but if we put the price aside, then I do have a major complaint and a very small one:

- the pickups are high output which is ideal for metal but for some reason the chugachuga is not delivering as I imagined they would, perhaps it would be a good idea to swap em for some seymore Duncans or fishmans.
- the stock strings are a joke, change em right away

But when you add the price to the equation, well these 2 things are to be expected, all things being considered, this is a great instrument to get started into the 7 string world which was my intention and I would suppose your intention too.

A few positive surprises

- I would recommend getting this version over the cheaper matte black one, this one just looks much much prettier, for 50 $$ more you get a white neck binding and also the quilted maple top, I know it's looks but I'd say it's nice to have a guitar that looks somewhat nice, I think it motivates one to pick the instrument up and play.

Last minute edit: I noticed that the headstock had a small dent on one of the pointy parts on the white binding side, I had a close look and it seems like the QC peeps or perhaps somebody at Thomann added a bit of white paint to hide it :D Oh well. Will keep the guitar anyway.