AXL Mayhem Wavepoint Electric Guitar  

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Ride through the metal carnage with the Wavepoint.

The AXL Mayhem Wavepoint Electric Guitar features a contoured cutaway design with sharp curves and a comfortable, lightweight body that makes it great for rocking out. This curvaceous axe features an original contoured design, two EMG-designed humbuckers, and a talisman fretboard inlay that will bring out the spirits.

FEATURES
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple with bubinga stripe
Fretboard: Rosewood
Finish: Black gloss
Inlay: Talisman
Bridge: Tune-o-matic-style
Pickups: 2 EMG-designed alnico humbuckers
Controls: 1 volume, 1 tone, 3-way switch
Neck profile: Ultra thin
Neck joint: Deep cut bolt-on
Neck joint location: 21st fret treble, 19th fret bass
Radius: 14"
Nut width: 1-5/8"
Nut type: Bone
Tailpiece: Stopbar
Scale length: 25-1/2"
Total length: 39-1/4"

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Comments about Axl Mayhem Wavepoint Electric Guitar:

I have many guitars and this one is the one that gets played more than the others. I bought this guitar for my teenage kid to screw around with, but it is the one I pick up when I want to have fun. It sits nice on my lap when sitting, very comfortable. I like the shape. Pickups are good. Takes alot of abuse and still stays in tune. For the price, it is what it is, I ended up buying the Wavepoint and the Fireaxe. Both are pretty cool. Check out the video reviews out there.

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