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  1. Hello to everyone. I wasn't here for a long time and now want to share with you one of our current projects - Axim.7 It's on the way to finish, so I post photos from history of it's building. Specs: Body - Ash Neck - 7ply maple/rosewood/wenge with rosewood fretboard, 25,5", 24 Jescar frets Bridge - Hipshot, Tuners - Gotoh Fokin 7str pickup (will choose model after testing for better sound), 1 volume. Original concept and minimalistic design. Very balanced, heavy enough, maximum access to all neck - it's a fully loaded Axe for metal and shred.
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