Sterling SUB Silhouette Silo3 Electric Guitar

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    Product Description

    With the same sculpted, contoured body style of the Music Man Silhouette, the Silo3 offers great playing comfort and distinct styling to set you apart! A versatile workhorse of a guitar that looks, plays, sounds and feels like the instrument that is second to none for the price point! Packed with various features, the Silo3 is a real eye opener for the competition, and a tremendous value for the customer, whether it’s a first time buyer or a seasoned player.

    Product Specifications
    Sterling SUB Silhouette Silo3 Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Model: Silo3
    • Body Wood: Jabon
    • Body finish (lacquer, polyeurethane, polyester): Hi Gloss Polyester
    • Neck Wood: Maple
    • Neck Finish: Satin
    • Neck Shape/Size:
    • Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
    • Fretboard Inlay: Dot
    • Truss Rod: Single Action, Body End Wheel Adjustment
    • Frets: 22
    • Fretboard Radius: 12 inches
    • Neck Width at 12th Fret: 52mm
    • Nut Material: Plastic
    • Nut Width: 42mm
    • Scale: 25.5 inches
    • Neck Attachment: 5 Bolt
    • Tuning Machines: Sealed
    • Hardware: Chrome
    • Bridge: Fulcrum Tremolo
    • Pickups: H/S/S
    • Neck Pickup: Sterling by Music Man Custom Voiced Ceramic Single Coil
    • Middle Pickup: Sterling by Music Man Custom Voiced Ceramic Single Coil
    • Bridge Pickup: Sterling by Music Man Custom Voiced Ceramic Magnet Humbucker
    • Switching: 5 Way
    • Controls: 1V, 1T
    • Strings (Brand, Gauges): .009-.042

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  714-532-6657 Warranty:  1 Year
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    A Decent Quality Instrument
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    Would be 5 stars but required some attention out of the box. For one the plastic covering on the pickguard was held down by the screws, and removing the little scraps that didnt peel away meant unstringing the guitar, unscrewing the mounting holes, which only dropped the pickups into the cavity, meaning I had to pull off the whole guard to put them back in. I can see this being problematic for people unfamiliar with guitar maintenence to take care of by themselves. Im confident in my abilities and it was still an unneccessary hassle. A film over the screws should be fine enough. Found other reviews on other sites about difficulty with the threading on the tremolo arm. I also had a problem at first but not forcing it and slowly installing it seems to do the trick. Ive upgraded the strings to Ernie Ball 10's, whatever came on it was 9's, the tremolo doesnt seem to pull the strings out of tune. Truss Rod adjustment was neccessary, but thats common after shipping. Was the first time Ive ever worked on a wheel based truss rod, make sure you use the key they give you. Or make sure you at least remember what size it is. Any smaller and it wont even turn the wheel. The pickups are clean, I may replace the bridge pickup with something hotter. Its a good guitar for the price point.
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