Ernie Ball Music Man JP13-7
Rock out like John Petrucci with the Ernie Ball Music Man JP13 7 7-string solidbody electric guitar.
With it's incredibly well-balanced basswood body (with a mahogany center block), maple top, comfortable mahogany neck, and super-solid hardware, the JP13 7 is certainly an axe worthy of its namesake.
You get custom JP13 7 neck inlays, slick controls, a piezo-equipped trem bridge, locking tuners, and active electronics.
A pair of DiMarzio Illuminator humbuckers gives you all the hot tones you're looking for. Like John Petrucci, the Ernie Ball Music Man JP13 7 was built to shred.
Premium tonewoods deliver amazing sound and playability
Ernie Ball Music Man's JP13 7 electric guitar is as unique as John Petrucci is.
Not satisfied with your typical guitar body, John specified that the JP13 7 have a basswood body with a mahogany center block. This gives you the best of both tonewoods. The entire body is then topped with a maple cap to add a little brightness and bite.
The Ernie Ball Music Man JP13 7 was designed to be a versatile guitar from the ground up.
Floating piezo tremolo and Schaller locking tuners for perfect pitch
The custom John Petrucci Ernie Ball Music Man Piezo floating tremolo is constructed of chrome-plated hardened steel with bent steel saddles. With the flick of a switch you'll be able to get great-sounding acoustic tones for your JP13 7, making this one of the most versatile guitars around.
The headstock is adorned with Schaller M6 locking tuners that make string changes a cinch. Just insert the string, tighten the clamp screw, and tune it up to pitch. Strings won't be wound around the shaft, so your tuning will be reliable no matter how hard you play.
Instruments of the pros
Music Man guitars and basses have been staples in the music scene since their introduction in the '70s. In fact, some of the world's best-known guitar players have their own signature Ernie Ball Music Man models.
Always striving for a better instrument, Ernie Ball Music Man introduced the first production active EQ in basses and guitars, unique tuner placement, and much more.
Musicians across a wide range of musical genres have played Ernie Ball Music Man guitars and basses over the years including Steve Morse, Albert Lee, Tony Levin, John Petrucci, Steve Lukather, Flea, Dave LaRue, John Myung, and countless others.
Join the pros and play a world-class Ernie Ball Music Man instrument today!