MM1F review by OLP

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  • Sound: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Action, Fit & Finish: 10
  • Features: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 7.9 (25 votes)

Sound — 10
I am an active musician who was looking for a solid guitar that could deliver the multiple playing styles that I enjoy. I play contemporay Christian Worship music as well as Stright Edge Christian rock and blues. I play through a Line 6 (combo amp) and it is a great match up with this guitar. The neck pickup is very deep and delivers a solid lowend while the bridge pick up is the polar opposite. It delivers a solid topend and very clean. using both at the same time is quite nice too, you get the best of both worlds.

Overall Impression — 10
I was impressed with the quality to price ratio. It's a very impressive guitar that will meet every need of mine. If your looking for a solid guitar, look no further! This is it!

Action, Fit & Finish — 10
The setup from the factory was alright. I belive that they ship with 8 guage strings. I play 9's or 10's so after that was corrected I loved the set up. Everything seemed to be as good as you could get the real flame maple cap is beautiful and the matching is done near perfect.

Features — 10
The OLP MM1F Model delivers exactly what you wanted! Now you can get OLP's best selling MM1 model already equipped with a Floyd Rose licensed double locking tremolo. This is new model is ready to rock. You get the highest quality construction, tone, and appearance - all at a very affordable price. - Body: basswood w/real flame maple top - Neck: north american maple - Fingerboard: maple - Construction: bolt on - Frets: 22 jumbo - Scale: 25.5" - Hardware: chrome - Pickups: 2 direct mounted OLP humbuckers - Bridge: floyd rose licensed double locking - 4+2 headstock, straight string pull - Fully bound body - Direct mounted pickups for improved tone - Custom contoured neck radius.

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    i also just bought this guitar but i changed the OLP humbukckers to Dimarzio MO' JOE & FRED humbuckers... guess what, the sound that were produce were relly this guitar