Parallaxe

L200F

Parallaxe

L200F

Color: Flame Honey Burst

SKU: USM-PXL200FHB

Utilizing our 130 years of guitar crafting knowledge and experience and combined with a love and passion for guitars, we have created our most advanced rock/metal guitar. The line includes features that most demanding rock/metal players have requested for years in their guitars.

Parallaxe guitars are designed specifically for modern chops intensive shredders. No corners have been cut, no compromises have been made in design or features; it is the perfect shred machine.

The PXL Series are loaded with unique features such as full contact bridge, custom carved back and Buzz Feiten Tuning System® offering uncompromising performance and playability. These stylish guitars have an unsurpassed playing comfort with total access neck and increased tone and sustain. No matter what style of music you are playing, these single cut working machines will bring your stage and studio works to a whole new level.

Specifications

Body & Construction

Body Wood Mahogany
Type Electric Guitars
Style Single Cut Solid Body

Electronics

Controls 2 Volume/1 Tone - 3 way toggle
Pickups Duncan Designed Humbuckers
Pickup Configuration H / H
Pickup Selector 3 way toggle

Other

Color Flame Honey Burst
Finish Gloss Finish
Strings D'addario EXL 120 light gauge

Neck

Neck Wood Mahogany
Fretboard Ebony
Number Of Frets 22 frets
Inlays Parallaxe inlay at 12th fret
Nut Graphite
Nut Width 43 mm
Scale 24.75

Hardware

Hardware Chrome Hardware
Bridge Tune-o-matic
Tuners Chrome Grover Exclusive 18:1

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