Custom bulit Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D Guitar
Items Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D Body wood Poplar with Figured Maple Top Neck wood Maple (Optional: Bird eye Maple) Construction 5 Bolt-on Fretboard Rosewood Inlays Dot Inlays with Ernie Ball logo Scale Length 25.5" Frets 22 Pickups H/S/H Controls 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 5 Way Toggle Switch Bridge T-O-M bridge,stop bar (Optional: Floyd Rose system ) Finish
High Gloss Polyester Black Burst, Opaque Black Back and Sides,Cream body binding
(Optional : other finish up on request )
String D'Addario Hardware Chrome Hardware
PS: The showing Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D guitar is a lefty version. It just for show the details, the right handed version also available for you. You can choose the handed option during you check out. Also if you like to have the original hardware and pickups, please go to links below and put them in your cart.
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Our Custom Bulit Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D Guitar
Good news for Steve Morse guitars' fans and collectors! Finally we launch out this great replic of Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D Signature Electric Guitar in Black Burst. This is our actual guitar photos. You are looking at a replica guitar of MusicMan Steve Morse SM Y2D Signature Hardtail Guitar Black Burst, It is in a beautiful Black Burst Quilted Maple Top and matching headstock, traditional DOT inlays, Maple Neck . Every parts are exact copy from the very famous Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D guitar.
Poplar is a less-frequently used bodywood with electric guitars, but its dense yet lightweight properties make it perfect for enhancing that classic single-coil snap while at the same time allowing humbuckers to breathe when required. For the 20th anniversary model the poplar is topped with a slab of either quilted or flamed maple. Out custom build Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D using poplar wood , quilted with maple top, neck with maple and the fretboard wood is rosewood, just same as the original Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D. You have the freedom to choose which kind of wood you think will suit your taste better.
There are two kind of neck wood you can choose from, the normal maple neck or bird eye maple neck availabel now ! Our default seting is the normal maple neck, this choice suit for buyers who want to have more economical low cost option, but if you really like the Bird eye maple neck, please do not missing out, you only need put $40 more to upgrade the neck to this very beautiful, noble style bird eye maple neck, exactly sams as the original Steve Morse SM Y2D Guitar.
This "Upgrade to bird eye maple neck" option in other custom shops, you might cost at least $100, if in a brand custom shop, it might cost you over $200 or even more. These Bird eye maple neck was special customized for our Manson MB-1 guitar replica, just for make our replica MB-1 maximum similare with the original MB-1. So the $40 is about the cost price, we have not put any profits on it. Please don't bargain with us again, it is really selling at the cost price !
Here are more detail photos of this Musicman Steve Morse SM Y2D Guitar
Something About Steve Morse
Steven J. "Steve" Morse (born 28 July 1954) is an American guitarist and composer, best known as the founder of the Dixie Dregs; and since 1994, the guitar player of Deep Purple. Morse's career has encompassed rock, country, funk, jazz, classical, and fusion of these musical genres. In addition to his successful solo career, he was briefly a member of Kansas in the mid 1980s.Morse is considered one of the hardest working guitarists in the world. He is widely known for his stylistically diverse compositional skills and was voted "Best Overall Guitarist" by Guitar Player magazine for five years in a row,qualifying him for their "Guitar Player Hall of Fame", the only other members being Steve Howe of Yes and Eric Johnson. He is regularly cited by John Petrucci as a major influence. Guitarist Shawn Lane regarded Steve Morse as one of the most talented guitarists of his time.Morse has proven himself throughout his career as capable of playing highly complex chord structures in classical sequences, as well as being able to play fast, alternate picked arpeggios. He is well known for using harmonics and improvising them in songs during live performances, such as in Deep Purple's "Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming".
Morse was approached by Music Man Guitars to create a signature model to his specifications; he is now one of the longest endorsees of the company. In particular he's been using prototype n°1 of his Steve Morse signature guitar for more than 20 years (the guitar has been refretted eight times). He now has two signature models with MusicMan guitars:
The first one is an exact replica of his n°1 guitar which features a poplar body with maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, 4 pickups (a DiMarzio Steve Morse bridge and neck model Humbuckers, and two DiMarzio single coils, a DP 117 and a custom wound Steve Morse single coil in HSSH configuration) volume and tone controls. The switching is also particular: it features a three-way selector that changes between the bridge humbucker, the neck humbucker and the first single coil ( aligned with the Bridge Humbucker), a mini switch that adds the bridge pickup to any configuration and a third switch that adds the second, slant single coil to any configuration. This switch also allows for independent single coil selection.
The second one, the Steve Morse SM Y2D, is an updated ver
sion with quilted maple top same neck & body, three pickups (the slant single coil has been eliminated) and a 5-way super switch.
Both are available with a stop tail piece or floyd rose bridge. Morse has stated that the pickup configurations that he uses the most are the bridge pickup by itself, the neck pickup by itself, the bridge and neck humbuckers together, and the bridge and first (aligned) single coils together. The super 5-way switch on the newest SM Y2D guitar replicates these combinations.
The Y2D is available in more subtle shades if this black burst is not your thing. All finish below are available for your order.
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Notice For All Buyers:Thank you for your attention. Here are something you might want to know about this guitar.
1. This guitar is available in both right handed and left handed version. Even it is not showing in lefty version, we still able to customize this guitar in left handed for you. You just have to tell us when you place the order.
2. If you want to place the order, just send us email, we will help you to place your customize order.
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