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Thread: NGD: Chambered Axis Super Sport no M hole.

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    NGD: Chambered Axis Super Sport no M hole.

    Found this in Nashville during my travels this past week. 2016 quilt top with roasted maple neck. Chambered with no M hole, one volume, 3 way toggle and push pull for splitting the pickups. I have not put it on a scale, but could not be more than 5 or 6 bounds. Great hum-bucker tones and when split, sweet Strat like tones with no volume drop. I really love this guitar and feel lucky to have gotten it.






    Last edited by Axis Sport; 10-11-2020 at 02:12 PM.

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    Beautiful top, congratulations!!

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    Wow! Congrats! That's a gorgeous Axis.

    I wonder how that came to pass - chambered with no M hole?
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    1997 Axis Red hardtail
    2000 Axis Red
    2002 Axis Blue Dawn
    2007 Axis SuperSport LE Blue Dawn
    2014 Axis SuperSport Semi-Hollow Piezo Black Cherry Burst
    2017 BFR Steve Morse HH Tahitian Blue #69 of 69
    2018 BFR Axis SuperSport Trans Light Purple #10 of 27
    2020 Luke III H-H Fuchsia Sparkle
    2020 Cutlass RS Ghostwood

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    1997 Axis Red hardtail
    2000 Axis Red
    2002 Axis Blue Dawn
    2007 Axis SuperSport LE Blue Dawn
    2014 Axis SuperSport Semi-Hollow Piezo Black Cherry Burst
    2017 BFR Steve Morse HH Tahitian Blue #69 of 69
    2018 BFR Axis SuperSport Trans Light Purple #10 of 27
    2020 Luke III H-H Fuchsia Sparkle
    2020 Cutlass RS Ghostwood

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    Get out! I had no idea they made one like that.

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    Thanks, it looks like it was an artist guitar or maybe for a show. If an artist it would be the second one I have purchased, the first was a Reflex. I really love the standard Axis set up as far as one knob and switch. The weight is impressive too, just an overall quality guitar from MM. Fortuantly I did not have to pay that for it, they gave me a great deal and a tee shirt to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axis Sport View Post
    Thanks, it looks like it was an artist guitar or maybe for a show. If an artist it would be the second one I have purchased, the first was a Reflex. I really love the standard Axis set up as far as one knob and switch. The weight is impressive too, just an overall quality guitar from MM. Fortuantly I did not have to pay that for it, they gave me a great deal and a tee shirt to boot.
    That's awesome! I also prefer the Axis layout to the ASS layout. I like the single vol and 3 way switch.

    I'm only a tiny bit jealous of your purchase.
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    1997 Axis Red hardtail
    2000 Axis Red
    2002 Axis Blue Dawn
    2007 Axis SuperSport LE Blue Dawn
    2014 Axis SuperSport Semi-Hollow Piezo Black Cherry Burst
    2017 BFR Steve Morse HH Tahitian Blue #69 of 69
    2018 BFR Axis SuperSport Trans Light Purple #10 of 27
    2020 Luke III H-H Fuchsia Sparkle
    2020 Cutlass RS Ghostwood

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    Very cool 'custom made' gittar! Hang on to it and enjoy it!
    Balls are Best!!

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    That’s very cool! Like Beej, never heard of such a build. Congrats, and enjoy!
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    Axis SS Semi-Hollow in Diablo Blue
    Hunter Hayes Cutlass in Lake Tahoe Blue
    Cutlass RS in Charging Green
    Luke 3 HH in Starry Night
    Valentine in Trans Maroon
    Reflex Game Changer HSH with Piezo

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    Awesome!! Very cool Axis!!


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    Very nice indeed. Do you have a built preamp as I can see there is a battery in the back?
    EVH Hardtail Red 1995
    Axis Sport SSS Trem Transparent Purple 1998
    Axis Sport MM90 Trem Transparent Orange 1999
    Axis SS Hardtail Piezo Honeyburst 2007
    Albert Lee MM90 Hardtail Dargie Delight 2007
    Bongo 4HH Stealth 2007
    BFR 25th Anniversary Venetian Red burst 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by threeminutesboy View Post
    Very nice indeed. Do you have a built preamp as I can see there is a battery in the back?
    I assumed it was a silent circuit, but your question made me look. It is a silent circuit,
    even though this one looks taller than the ones I have seen the past, but believe there have been different ones over the years.

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    That’s interesting, thanks for checking but as you said there was no volume drop when pup are splitted I thought it might be a preamp. In any case a great find and a keeper for sure.

    Enjoy it!
    EVH Hardtail Red 1995
    Axis Sport SSS Trem Transparent Purple 1998
    Axis Sport MM90 Trem Transparent Orange 1999
    Axis SS Hardtail Piezo Honeyburst 2007
    Albert Lee MM90 Hardtail Dargie Delight 2007
    Bongo 4HH Stealth 2007
    BFR 25th Anniversary Venetian Red burst 2009

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    Did some mods to my SS. Such a great guitar and has become my go to instrument. I love my Axis too, but this one has some special sauce. Go back and forth on which guard I like best.



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    Nice congrats, that's pretty cool, love the pup covers!!!

    Glenn |B)
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    Silhouette Special HSS in Gold Sparkle (Hardtail) [7/12/2002] [Made for Matchbox 20]
    Albert Lee 3 MM90's in White Sparkle (Hardtail) [8/14/2001] [NOS Just pure awesomeness]
    Albert Lee HH in Black Sugar (Hartail) [1/06/2011] [BFR with the 12th fret logo]


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