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Washburn and Michael Sweet, lead singer and guitarist from Stryper, have collaborated to create the Parallxe PXV-MS260FRK-D; a more affordable alternative to Michaels USA Custom Shop PXV-MS2FR-D. Michaels PXV-MS260 features his signature black-yellow striped look on the body with yellow block inlays on the ebony fingerboard. Tonally, Michael's V is wired with active Duncan Designed Blackout pickups installed to Michaels preference with the bridge and neck pickup positions swapped. This set-neck guitar features a Floyd-Rose bridge with heavy 34mm brass block, an ebony fingerboard with jumbo frets, and a maple neck on a mahogany body resulting in an instrument able produce all the heavy, precise tone colors expected from a guitar of this caliber. Built with the Buzz Feiten Tuning System, the PXV intonates perfectly up and down the fretboard on this magical beast of a guitar. Grover 18:1 ratio machines and D'Addario strings ensure tuning accuracy. Gigbag included.
Michael Sweet Signature V
Black and Yellow striped gloss paintjob
Floyd Rose 1000 with 36mm brass block and spring silencer Bridge.
includes gigbag
Includes Gig Bag

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  • V260FR Michael Sweet Signature Parallaxe V Electric Guitar

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