If you love Jason Richardson's extremely fast and technical style, you need this guitar! For searing solos your fingers will move effortlessly while the notes just scream off the fretboard. The Jason Richardson Artist Series Cutlass 7-string guitar features a Buckeye Burl top with trans alder body and Ernie Ball Music Man humbucking pickups.
The figured roasted maple neck with ebony fingerboard is highlighted with 24 medium jumbo stainless-steel frets, 15-inch radius and a slender neck carve for fast playability. The Jason Richardson Cutlass contoured lower body horn is a unique feature allowing for extreme upper fret access to all 24 frets.
Ernie Ball Music Man 7-string pickups are custom wound to Jason's exact specifications offering heavy crunch rhythm tones and a clear, bright top end for endless soloing. Electronics include a volume control with up to 20dB of boost and push tone potentiometer, that via the 3-way pickup selector offer some exciting coil tapping options.
Other specifications include an Ernie Ball Music Man Floating Cutlass tremolo, all black hardware, and Schaller locking tuners. The neckplate is laser etched with a custom Jason Richardson signature logo to signify its artist series destination.
ABOUT JASON RICHARDSON
Jason Richardson has been making a name for himself and touring the world multiple
times over for a decade now. He has played guitar in numerous established
international metal bands such as All Shall Perish, Born of Osiris (The Discovery 2011),
and Chelsea Grin (EVOLVE EP 2012 & Ashes to Ashes LP 2014), and is now a
member of All That Remains whose accolades include nearly 1,000,000 album sales
worldwide, a gold single, and many charting radio hits. In addition to all the bands Jason
has played in, he is perhaps best known for his career as a solo artist. His solo career
began with the release of his first album, "I", in the summer of 2016. The album features
Luke Holland (Youtube) on drums and many noteworthy guitar players such as Jeff
Loomis (Arch Enemy, ex-Nevermore), Mark Holcomb (Periphery), Rick Graham, Nick
Johnston and Jacky Vincent (Ex-Falling in Reverse, Cry venom). There are also guest
vocal appearances from GRAMMY Nominated vocalist Spencer Sotelo (Periphery) and
vocalist Lukas Magyar (Veil of Maya). The album amassed crowdfunding of $33,000+
for an independent release that debuted at #1 on Billboard New Artists/Heat Seekers
Charts, #2 on iTunes Rock, and #11 on ALL of iTunes with 7,200 units sold worldwide in
its first week. Music videos for the album have reached 7,500,000+ views combined.
Since releasing the album Richardson and Holland have toured the US multiple times
over and have played internationally in Canada, Japan and Korea. Richardson has also
taught at all of John Petrucci’s summer guitar camps and played on stage alongside
iconic/legendary guitarists such as John Petrucci, Tosin Abasi, and Tony Macalpine, to
name a few. He has been featured on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine, had multiple
features in Japan’s Young Guitar magazine, and has his own on-going lessons column
in Guitar World Magazine. Richardson and Holland are currently working on a second
album which is tentatively scheduled to be released by the end of 2019.
ABOUT ERNIE BALL
In 1962, veteran player and guitar teacher Ernie Ball created Slinkys®, the innovative
light gauge electric guitar strings widely revered by thousands of iconic players including
Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney, Metallica, Brad Paisley,
Slash, John Petrucci, Angus Young and John Mayer. The strings are all crafted in
Coachella, CA. Ernie Ball also offers state-of-the-art instrument accessories that are
carried in more than 6,000 stores in the U.S. and 120 countries worldwide. Officially
purchasing the Music Man® company in 1984, Sterling, joined later by his sons Scott
and Brian, has built a team of dedicated professionals based in San Luis Obispo, CA
who collectively share a common goal: crafting the highest level of hand-crafted
instruments available. Originally founded by Tom Walker, Forrest White and Leo Fender
in 1974, Music Man built its name leading an industry revolution, introducing active
electronics on its production instruments. As part of the team during the 70’s, Sterling
Ball played an important role on the design and development of the iconic StingRay
basses. The family-run company maintains its founder's dedication to preserving the
musician's playing experience and delivering superior sound quality through the
development of new products, such as Cobalt Slinkys, M-Steel, Earthwood and the
revolutionary Element Shield Packaging, keeping each set as fresh as the day they
were made. The company also fosters artist development through musician-focused
programs such as the world's largest and longest running unsigned artist programs,
where bands compete each year for the chance to play live on national tours, festivals
and events. Visit them online at www.ernieball.com and www.music-man.com .
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