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MERUS - 7-String, 27" Scale, Tune-O-Matic

MERUS - 7-String, 27" Scale, Tune-O-Matic
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The Halo MERUS™ Baritone Electric Guitar is designed for low tunings (B Standard). The extended 27.0" scale length produces better note clarity when playing in low tunings. It also eliminates tuning and intonation issues that are created when trying to use low tuning on standard scale guitars. Maximum comfort and balance is provided for both sitting and standing playing styles.

Construction Method: Neck Through
Strings: 7
Scale Length: 27"
Body: Solid Alder
Fingerboard Binding: None
Pickups: Your Choice
Body Finish: Transparent Black Gloss
Headstock Shape: Inline
Neck Finish: Natural Gloss
Neck/Fretboard: 7-Piece Walnut/Maple Neck with Ebony Fretboard 
Frets/Size: 24, Jumbo
Inlays: None
Nut: Graphtech Black TUSQ XL
Hardware Color: Black
Bridge System: Tune-O-Matic with Tailpiece
Control Pattern: 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Toggle Switch:

Weight: 8lbs. 12oz.

Weight 18.00 lbs
Our price: $899.00
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(1 reviews)  

1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Fredrik Undem
Feb 1, 2014
Well I think its about time I give my thoughts about the Halo MERUS 7 Baritone.
I'll make it simple with 3 words. Amazing, Clear (and) Beautiful.

It is an extraordinary guitar. Beautiful, easy played and heavy as f*** (music heavy). The depths of the low tones and clarity is simply perfect for my use. The Blackouts gets every note that I play and I LOVE IT!

This is my band, with me and the Halo
(I've recorded this song with another guitar)
This riff:
that starts at 5:16.

I cant get the low tones to punch me in the face with the power i want to. Unless i get an awesome stack.
But this is the only downside with it, in my opinion.

Advantages: You guys know how to make brilliant instruments ;)

5/5 stars

The Norwegian
Fredrik Undem (Subject Delta)

Disadvantages: It has an drawback with the pickups, all though its awesome. If I want to play an riff that has an low tone trembling in the background and also wants to play high notes, the low tones disappear and gets muted. It depends on what stack or combo I use. With my combo it does not get the riff like it is supposed to, but with a Randall stack for example, it sounds like a God made masterpiece. (for my personal use) But i think its the Blackouts fault.
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