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NAMM 2010: Odyssey Guitars added to Peavey PXD Range
Peavey proudly introduces the new Odyssey I and Odyssey II guitars to its award-winning PXD Series guitars, a new breed of extreme electric guitars built for speed, slicing leads and razor-sharp riffs.
The Peavey PXD Odyssey I and II are single-cut guitars that capture the aggression and attitude of modern metal players. The Odyssey II features EMG 60 and 81 pickups with the EMG-AB Afterburner tone circuit which boosts input gain up to 20 dB for incredible amounts of saturation on a mahogany body with a set mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. The Odyssey I is outfitted with two high-output Peavey VFL? active pickups on a basswood body, with a set mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard.
PXD Odyssey guitars have adjustable bridges with a string-through-body design, a 24.75" scale and 24 frets. Both models are available in matte black with a brushed aluminum-finish pickguard, gloss black, gloss white or gloss red finishes.
The PXD endorser roster includes metal?s hottest young musicians, including Chad Kulengosky and Timoteo Rosales (I Am Ghost); Kirk Windstein (Down, Crowbar, Kingdom of Sorrow); Matt Brunson (Crowbar).
PXD Odyssey II
- 24.75" scale with 24 frets
- Set mahogany neck and body
- EMG 60 and 81 pickups
- Two Volume and one Afterburner controls with 3-way toggle switch
- Adjustable bridge with string-through design
- Rosewood fretboard
- Available in Matte Black, Gloss black, Gloss Red or Gloss White
- Matte Black model features brushed aluminum finish pickguard
- Specially designed Coffin Case included
PXD Odyssey I
? 24.75" scale with 24 frets ? Set mahogany neck ? Basswood body ? Two Peavey VFL? active pickups ? Two Volume and one tone controls with 3-way toggle switch ? Adjustable bridge with string-through design ? Rosewood fretboard ? Available in Matte Black, Gloss black, Gloss Red or Gloss White ? Matte Black model features brushed aluminum finish pickguard ? Specially designed Coffin CaseÂ® gig bag includedPosted on 15 Jan 2010 13:16 to category : Instruments News
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