For its comfort and versatility, the Music Man Axis Super Sport is a staple in guitar rigs all over the world. This limited-edition Ball Family Reserve (BFR) version takes all the things you love about the original and adds a gorgeous koa top and a resonant and lightweight African mahogany body. The roasted maple neck has a great shape that's fast and smooth. Take it from Hiendguitar: from the custom DiMarzio pickups to the vintage-style tremolo, this axe is ready to nail just about any style of music you throw at it. Grab the limited-edition Music Man Axis Super Sport BFR and see what you've been missing.
You don't often hear the words "purpose-built" and "breathtaking" used together to describe a guitar. But in the case of Music Man's stunning, gig-ready Axis Super Sport BFR, all those words are right on the mark. This guitar's African mahogany body is topped with a beautiful koa top that's sure to keep the crowd's eyes glued on you. And you whammy fans will love the included locking tuners and a Music Man vintage-style trem. A pair of custom DiMarzio humbuckers and versatile switching round out the package.
Music Man guitars like the Axis Super Sport BFR sport an innovative truss rod adjustment wheel, which makes it easy to fine-tune the neck. Just take anything small like an Allen wrench, nail, small screwdriver, etc., and poke it into the truss rod adjustment wheel. Turn the wheel a bit at a time until your neck feels just right, and your Axis Super Sport BFR will be ready to rock. You won't have to do it often, but this innovative feature just goes to show that Music Man instruments are made for hard-working and hard-playing musicians.
Music Man guitars and basses have been staples in the music scene since their introduction in the '70s. Always striving for a better instrument, Music Man introduced the first production active EQ in basses and guitars, unique tuner placement, and much more. Musicians across a wide range of musical genres have played Music Man guitars and basses over the years including Steve Morse, Albert Lee, Tony Levin, John Petrucci, Steve Lukather, Flea, Dave LaRue, John Myung, and countless others. Join the pros and play a world-class Music Man instrument today!