Parallaxe

Z200

Parallaxe

Z200

Color: Black

SKU: USM-PXZ200B

The Z200 Priestess combines modern and classic features, such as: an offset solid mahogany body with a carved raised center cradling 2 Duncan Designed pickups which provide unmatched tone and sustain. A Tune-O-Matic bridge with stop tailpiece combined with Grover 18:1 tuners provides total tuning stability. The mahogany neck sports an ebony fingerboard, dot inlays with custom 12th fret Parallaxe inlay and super jumbo frets providing classic rock style with modern speed and superior playability.

Specifications

Body & Construction

Body Wood Mahogany
Type Electric Guitars
Style Offset Body

Electronics

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

Other

Color Black
Finish Gloss Finish
Strings Dunlop Custom Heavy Core

Neck

Neck Wood Mahogany Set Neck
Fretboard Ebony
Number Of Frets 24 frets
Inlays Dot w/Parallaxe Log at 12th
Nut Graphite
Nut Width 43 mm in black
Scale 25.5

Hardware

Hardware Chrome hardware
Bridge Tune-O-Matic
Tuners Grover Exclusive 18:1 Chrome

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