Jackson Pro Misha Mansoor Juggernaut HT 7 Charcoal Black

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Misha Mansoor is best known as the driving force behind progressive, triple guitar fronted metal band Periphery. With his robust, fast-fingered technique and bone crushing tone, he is considered one of the Fathers of modern Djent. A long time user of Jackson guitars, they have teamed up to release the imperious 7 string Misha Mansoor Jackson Pro Juggernaut HT7.

With a Basswood body and Flame Maple top, finished in Charcoal Black, the HT7 is a comfortable and well balanced shred machine. The one-piece Maple neck rocks an Ebony fingerboard and Graphite reinforcement for super stability. A 16" flat radius, 24 Jumbo frets and Luminlay side dots help to perfectly recreate the Juggernauts that Mansoor uses to create his mammoth Periphery tone.

Although a famed user of Bare Knuckle Pups, Jackson and Mansoor spent many hours working to develop the new Jackson MM1 pickups. With a master volume, tone with push/pull select and a 5-way blade switch, you can fully unlock the potential of the MM1's.

So if you dig the monster sound of Misha Mansoor, the Jackson Pro Juggernaut HT7 is definitely a guitar you should check out.

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