#1
Hello guys,

A friend of me is looking for a Music Man JP guitar and he found one.
This is a link to the ad.

I don't know which model it is. It could be a prototype, because it has no inlay and it doesn't look like it has the CrunchLab and LiquiFire combination as pickups. I am not too familiar with JP's.

Please help us identifying the guitar.

Thanks in forward!

Greetingz,

Tunder250
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#2
Looks like a base model JP6 to me. The body-matching headstock paint, shield inlays, and piezo pickup are extra cost items, and not on all JP6's.

Before Crunch Lab/Liquifire combo, these had Air Norton / D Sonic, I believe.
#3
Quote by runriot_z28
Looks like a base model JP6 to me. The body-matching headstock paint, shield inlays, and piezo pickup are extra cost items, and not on all JP6's.

Before Crunch Lab/Liquifire combo, these had Air Norton / D Sonic, I believe.


It doesn't have shield inlays on the 1st fret. I know about the extra costs of the Piezo.
Quote by RetroGunslinger
using nines for drop C# is like stringing the guitar with spaghetti


My Colourful Rig:
ESP M-ii Deluxe
ENGL E570
Mesa/Boogie Simul 295 Stereo
Framus FR212 v30
#4
Everything looks right. Nice bird's eye maple neck and all the logo's look right to me (comparing to pics on sweetwater). I believe the JP6 has been around awhile so it's possible it came prior to his sig. dimarzio's. Either that or the owner changed them out.
#5
This was pretty much the most basic model you could get at that time of the JP series. No matching headstock, dot fret inlays and no Piëzo system. I believe the pickups were custom DiMarzio's only made for the JP's at that time, not to be sold separately.

Legit model, 100% sure.

Go ask the serial number, the guys at the Music Man forums could identify it's production year.