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“Great to play, Happy to find another.”

Written on: 06/11/2014 by lynch1994 (1 review written)

I have one of the Morris Hurricane Superstrats with a locknut. Bought it for next to nothing. The guitar has a 630mm scale length and 24 jumbo frets. The board radius is fairly flat, around 16inches, which makes bends and fretting quite easy with 10-52's on it. The p/u wiring is 3 switches,3 way config of with the neck and middle p/u being on and reverse polarity along with the larger bridge humbucker of 2 coils or 1.1 Volume and 1 Tone pot.Any amount of sounds can be made with this config. Larger C shape Maple neck with good Rosewood board, Sharktooth inlays for that metal look thing going on. Very comfy to play, small scale, thick neck, and flat board. So easy to play and get the notes precise. The Trem is string thru with locknut, stays in tune under hard wild use. Trem setup with a little bit of up gives this Strat type of guitar some real buttery suppleness which is a joy to fret and play. Go find one, set it up sharp and enjoy expressing yourself with a super easy guitar to get good sounds on and responses out of. I have no idea what wood the body is made from, its fairly heavy but a nice sound acoustically. Its balanced treb mid and lower mid. Amped, the guitar sounds "controlled and produced", which is a good thing. Nice and even all over really.

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