Chapman ML1 Baritone Pro Modern Electric Guitar

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Loaded with a Seymour Duncan Pegasus in the bridge and a Sentient in the neck, the Chapman ML1 Baritone Pro Modern delivers gut-punching tone.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Basswood body Big, warm midrange tones
Bolt-on neck Articulate, punchy, and easily modified.
Jumbo frets Makes bending strings easier
Macassar ebony fretboard High-density wood; smooth playing feel

Like the standard scale ML1 Pro Modern, Chapman approached this Chapman ML1 Baritone Pro Modern Electric Guitar from the ground up. Their primary objective was to fully realize a more ergonomic and refined design. They achieved this in part through the assimilation of requests from the public, alongside tweaks and modifications from Chapman's own hard-working R&D team.

Featuring a fully upgraded body contour and carved top, the Pro Baritone is more comfortable to play than ever, with increased upper fret access, a 28-inch scale length, and a stunning contemporary look. It features a proprietary, carved/four bolt construction utilizing carbon reinforced rods for ultimate stability. The neck has the feel and access of a set through, but with the practicality of a bolt on!

Action packed full of spec like Stainless steel frets, USA Seymour Duncan Pegasus/Sentient Humbuckers and Hipshot tuners, this modern rock machine is the tool you need for the job.

ROASTED MAPLE NECK: Chapman knows the importance of a good neck profile, so they've ensured that the ML1 Pro Modern gives good neck. Chapman's signature C-shaped neck carve combined with rolled Macassar Ebony fretboard edges and a satin finish make this guitar playable whilst also looking the business. As the Roasted Maple neck makes the guitar less vulnerable to warping in changeable environmental conditions, your guitar will stay in great condition for longer.

PREMIUM BODY CONSTRUCTION: Chapman's ML1 Pro Hybrid boasts a lightweight read more Basswood body that serves as a superbly-balanced tonal foundation for its versatile pickup selection. An ergonomically-contoured lower horn allows for unrestricted access to all 24 frets too!

SEYMOUR DUNCAN PICKUPS: Great pickups ensure great sound. With a Seymour Duncan Pegasus humbucker in the bridge and a Seymour Duncan Sentient in the neck position, the tonal breadth of the Chapman ML1 Pro Modern is rich and crisp -- making it perfect for all genres.
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- Number Of Strings: 6
- Orientation: Right-Handed
- Headstock: Angled Heritage Headstock
- Tuners: Hipshot Grip-Lock Open (18:1 Gearing)
- String Nut: 42mm Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL Nut
- Neck: Roasted Maple - Dark Colour with Satin Finish
- Neck Joint: Recessed Bolt-on Neck with Volute
- Neck Size Width:
- NUT: 42mm
- 24F: 57mm
- Thickness:
- 1F: 23.5mm
- 12F: 25mm
- Profile: C Shape
- Truss Rod: Dual Action
- Fretboard: Macassar Ebony Fretboard with Rolled Edges
- Fretboard Radius: 350mm
- Frets: 24 Jumbo Stainless Steel Frets
- Fret Markers: Glow-in-the-Dark Side Dots
- 12th Fret Inlay: Pearl Infinity
- Scale Length: 711mm (~28")
- Body: Basswood Solid Carve
- Bridge: Chapman String Through hardtail
- Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Sentient Humbucker
- Magnet: Alnico 5
- Output: 7.8k ohms
- Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Pegasus Humbucker
- Magnet: Alnico 5
- Output: 12.5k ohms
- Pickup Switch: 5 Way Super Switch with Coil Split
- Controls: Master Volume (500k), Master Tone (500k)
- Strap Buttons: Chapman Strap Locks
- Strings: Ernie Ball Super Slinky, Nickel Wound, Custom 12-60 (.012 / .016 / .020 / .034 / .046 / .060)

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Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. (1 ratings)
Submitted January 28, 2023 by Collin A

"Great Guitar"

Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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When I saw the metallic teal color; I had to have it. This guitar plays and sounds great right out of the box (it was even still in tune when I opened it up) but plays better with a little bit of setup. I currently have it tuned to E1-A1-E2-A2-D3-F#3 (E1 is an octave lower than standard) with 16-80 gauge strings. I had to file the nut a little to accommodate the thicker strings, but that's normal. The fit and finish are pretty good but not perfect. The pickup routs are aren't amazing, and mine has a little finish blemish near one of the pickup holes. It's only noticeable if you're looking for it. Those are just nitpicks, though. For the price I wish it had active pickups, but the Seymour Duncan Pegasus and Sentient still sound brutal. Overall, it's a great guitar that feels and sounds great.

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