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  1. In good condition, just not getting much use.. Specs: The Pro Series Signature Misha Mansoor Juggernaut HT7 features a 26.5”-scale length, basswood body, onepiece bolt-on maple neck with graphite reinforcement for rock-solid stability and wrap-around heel for comfort, 16” flat radius ebony fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets, offset dot inlays, illuminating side-dots, and heel-mounted truss rod adjustment wheel. Not willing to sacrifice tone, Mansoor spent considerable time working with Jackson to develop new, killersounding Jackson MM1 pickups, which can be shaped with a single volume control, a single tone control with push/pull select and a five-way blade switch. This axe also features a Jackson HT7 string-through-body hardtail bridge, die-cast locking tuners, black hardware and Jackson 4x3 (4 over, 3 under) AT-1 headstock. Body Basswood Finish Gloss Neck 1-Piece Bolt-On Maple Speed Neck w/ Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint Neck Finish Oiled Fingerboard Ebony, 16" Flat Radius Frets 24 Jumbo Inlays Offset Dots Nut Black Plastic, 1.75" Tuning Machines Jackson Branded Die Cast Locking Scale Length 26.5" Bridge Jackson HT7 String-Through-Body Hardtail Pickguard None Pickups Jackson MM1 Bridge/Neck Controls 5 Position Blade, Volume, Tone (With Push/Pull Select Feature Control Knobs Dome Style Hardware Black
  2. But brightly coloured ones and avoid black etc. Easier to find
  3. It's not even Saturday, knock yourself out.
  4. My under used MIJ 1954 Reissue:
  5. I've used a Zoom G1Xon for the last few years. Cheap as chips and does quite a lot.
  6. Jackson HT-7 Juggernaut: Fender Stratocaster 1954 Reissue (MIJ) and Vintage V100
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