Mick Thomson Guitars
Mick start to play B.C.Rich guitars in July 2002
in 2005 he join Ibanez guitars
in July 2016 he join Jackson guitars
Serial N.: ??? - Made in USA
BLACK - RED
The bound Mahogany body is finished in a deep Black gloss that combines with the Ebony fingerboard to produce a killer blackout effect. Thomson's classic "HATE" inlay and the old school "R" BC Rich logo are the only non-black elements on the face of the guitar. Dual EMG humbuckers are wired to a three-way switch, then to a single Volume control for dead simple operation.
Serial N.: SR#XXXXXXXX - Made in Korea
BLACK OR RED
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Cheap version of te NJ.
Was introduced with EMG pickups in 2006. Those were replaced in 2008 with the new Seymour Duncan Blackouts pickups and a black finish was added to the lineup. In 2009 production moved from Korea to Indonesia.
Made in Indonesia, black with white binding, bolt on construction. The MTM2 has an RG-style mahogany body, a painted Wizard II neck with reversed headstock, dual humbucking pickups and a Fixed Edge III bridge. It was introduced in 2007 as a mass-market version of the MTM1, which had been introduced in 2006. For 2010, a white version of the MTM2 was added to the lineup; The V7 and V8 pickups were also replaced with Duncan Designed HB-105MT pickups, the Duncan Designed versions of the Seymour Duncan Blackouts EMTY Mick Thomson signature pickups. The MTM2 was discontinued after 2011, but a similar version was released in 2014 as the MTM20.
Mick Thomson, lead guitarist for Slipknot, partnered with Ovation's R&D team to design every aspect of this Limited Edition guitar. With its deluxe AA solid-spruce top and scalloped X-bracing, the MT37 is the loudest and fastest shredder in Ovation's arsenal. The guitar boasts Ovation's Contour Bowl composite body, which maximizes acoustic output and is ergonomically designed for comfort in any playing position. Soundports on the bass-string side of Ovation's sculpted composite body enhance lower-frequency punch and projection. Made from hard-rock maple for maximum sustain, the neck has a custom electric-style profile to facilitate fast runs along the entire fretboard. Other details include a black-texture top finish, a gloss black neck finish, and a custom "Seven" truss-rod cover engraving. The MT37's OP-Pro preamp and OCP-1K pickup produce uncompromising plugged-in performance.
The MTM100 is a solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 2012. It is the new edition replacing the MTM1 and MTM2. Design this time is directly inspired from the Glaive series, part of the Ibanez X series. Features include a maple and walnut Wizard III neck with neck-through construction, mahogany body wings, Mick Thomson's signature Seymour Duncan Blackouts EMTY pickups and a fixed bridge. The MTM100 is the 'deluxe' version of the more affordable MTM10. In this video, Mick showing the features of hes MTM100. Shown from start to finish.
It is the new edition replacing the MTM1 and MTM2. The design of the MTM10 is directly inspired from the Glaive series which is part of the Ibanez X series. Features include a Wizard III neck-through body construction with mahogany body wings, Duncan Designed HB-105MT pickups and a fixed bridge. The MTM10 is the more affordable version of the MTM100.
It is essentially the successor to the MTM2 which was discontinued after 2011. The MTM20 features a mahogany RG-style body bolted to a maple and walnut Wizard III neck with a reversed headstock and a 24-fret bound rosewood fingerboard with special "Seven" inlays. Components include Seymour Duncan pickups, a fixed bridge and a locking nut. The MTM20 was discontinued in 2016 when Thomson left Ibanez to endorse Jackson guitars.