Sterling JP150 FM DiMarzio Electric Guitar (with Gig Bag)

Design meets performance in this John Petrucci signature model, with an ebony fretboard, flame maple top, and DiMarzio LiquiFire and Crunch Lab pickups.
What's special about this item?
Feature: What it does:
LiquiFire and Crunch Lab humbuckers Articulate tone; aggressive and responsive
Flamed maple top Premium wood grain with bright, projecting tone
Mahogany body Rich, warm, focused sound; added sustain
Stainless steel frets Increased strength and material integrity
Featuring an ebony fretboard, stainless steel frets, and DiMarzio LiquiFire and Crunch Lab pickups along a roasted maple neck, the Sterling JP150D is the perfect blend of craftsmanship and innovation for the distinguished guitarist, available here with a flame maple top.
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Model: JP150DFM
Body Wood: Mahogany with Flame Maple Top
Body Color: Eminence Purple (EPP)
Bridge: Modern Tremolo
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8cm)
Neck Radius: 16" (40cm)
Frets: 24 Stainless Steel Frets, Medium Jumbo Profile
Neck Width: 1.65" (42mm) at Nut
Neck Wood: Roasted Maple
Fingerboard: Ebony
Fret Markers: Custom JP Inlays
Tuning Machines: Locking
Truss Rod: Dual Action
Neck Attachment: 5 Bolt Pattern
Controls: 1 Push/Push Volume Boost, 1 Tone
Switching: 3-Way Toggle Switch
Pickups: DiMarzio LiquiFire, DiMarzio Crunch Lab (HH)
Strings: Ernie Ball 2221 Regular Slinky
Gig Bag: Deluxe Sterling by Music Man Bag
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Purple
Shipping Weight: 13.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 45 x 16 x 6 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SBM JP150DFM EPP
(2 ratings)
Submitted August 23, 2020 by a customer from gmail.com
"Bang for the money"
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First thing i notice about this guitar it’s how fast it plays. The ebony board with the roasted maple and stainless steel frets makes this guitar one of the effortless guitars I’ve ever played. It feels fantastic. The finish isn’t purple though, it seems grey. The pickups are pretty decent but more metal oriented, I would like to see them with alnico 5 magnets for a more sweet tone. Little problem I have is tunning stability, which is weird because this guitar has high quality components.
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