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Abel Axe Strat Purple Plus FREE gig bag

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The Abel Axe is an  invented by Jeff Abel from ,  and engineered by James Jones. Made from aircraft grade T-6 Billet , its distinguishing features are the various sized holes dotting the body. All Abel Axes are made in the United States. Abel Axe has won the Emerging Manufacturer Award in the 1999 Annual Manufacturing Awards Ceremony. , leader of the band , owned an Abel Axe.

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The Abel Axe was  in numerous colors, including grass green, silver (clear), red, black, teal, blue, violet, gold, and multicolor. Scale length on necks are 25.5". The body was small and strat-typed with a trem or fixed bridge. The body pattern was changed to slot-type from 2000 to 2001 and after 2007. The necks were manufactured by Musikraft, Inc.,owned by Gulab Gidwani, from 1994 to 1996. Warmoth necks were used since 2001 and are made by Delaney Guitars since 2007.  or maple wood were used for the 22  necks. Some other specs are Kent Armstrong pickups, Kahler tremolo, Gotoh bridge, and Sperzel graduating, locking and tuning keys. In 2001, the holes were changed to body slots, and the body used thicker coating and brighter colors. The Abel Axe with holes and Kahler trem weighs approximately 9 lbs and is 15.5" x 11.25" x 1", and the Abel Axe with fixed bridge weighs 8 lbs; the body itself weighs 5 lbs.The heel flange has the thickness of about 3/16".

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Listed5 years ago
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