Washburn PXM27EC Parallaxe 7 String Electric Guitar

    Combined with a love and passion for guitars, Washburn created their most advanced rock/metal guitar yet with the Parallaxe Series.
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    Product Description

    Washburn utilized their 130 years of guitar crafting knowledge and experience, combined with a love and passion for guitars, and created their 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 PXM Series has been designed with the modern metal guitarist in mind. No corners cut; no compromises have been made in the design of the Parallaxe PXM Series. These guitars are packed with a ton of features yet unseen in "production" guitars, all tailored with the shredder guitarist in mind.

    Product Specifications
    Washburn PXM27EC Parallaxe 7 String Guitar Specifications
    • Model: PXM27EC
    • Series: Parallaxe
    • Body Shape: PXM Double Cutaway
    • Body: Alder
    • Neck Material: 5 ply Maple/Mahogany
    • Fretboard: Ebony with 24 Frets
    • Number of Frets: 24 frets
    • Inlays: Small dots with Parallaxe inlay at 12th fret
    • Nut: Graphite
    • Nut Width: 43 mm
    • Scale: 25.5
    • Pickups: EMG 707/707
    • Pickup Configuration: Hum/Hum
    • Hardware: Black Chrome Hardware
    • Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    • Tuners: Black Chrome Grover Exclusive 18:1
    • Color: Carbon Black
    • Finish: Matte finish
    • Strings: D'Addario EXL-120
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    David Detrick
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    Good guitar except the tuners
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    The guitar is acceptable overall but the tuners have small holes which becomes a problem for heavy gage strings on the A and Low E. I literally had to remove the winding in order to put the string through the hole. Not good
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