The Ernie Ball Music Man Jason Richardson Artist Series Cutlass guitar is the latest collaboration between the award-winning Ernie Ball Music Man design team and the multitalented virtuoso guitarist and composer Jason Richardson. Featuring innovative design characteristics engineered specifically for Jason’s exacting technique, the Music Man Jason Richardson 6-string Cutlass offers unique features and aesthetics that will give players a fresh look at one of our most popular models.
ALL NEW CUTLASS
Built to Jason Richardson’s exact specifications, the Cutlass incorporates a multitude of design features to further enhance comfortability, playability, and overall performance.
Ernie Ball Music Man bridge and neck pickups are custom wound offering heavy rhythm tones and a clear and bright top end for endless soloing.
Features a roasted figured maple neck and headstock with Schaller locking tuners.
SELECT EXOTIC BURL TOP
LIGHTWEIGHT ALDER BODY WITH EXCLUSIVE BUCKEYE BURL TOP.
DESIGNED TO PERFECTION
The Jason Richardson Cutlass features a perfectly balanced lightweight double-cutaway body design, allowing unparalleled access to all 24 medium jumbo frets. Additionally, the roasted maple neck is hand shaped with a shallow neck carve for very fast playability.
Hand-selected body and neck woods are sustainably sourced from our network of hardwood suppliers around the world. Alder, burl, and maple are individually chosen and matched for their beautiful appearance and rich tonal qualities.
Jason Richardson is an American guitarist. He is best known for his work as a guitarist in both Born of Osiris and Chelsea Grin. His playing style is extremely fast and technical. He currently works as both a solo artist and as an official member of All That Remains. All That Remains is an American heavy metal band from Springfield, Massachusetts, formed in 1998.
ABOUT MUSIC MAN
Originally founded in 1974, Music Man built its name leading an industry revolution, introducing active electronics on its production instruments. As part of the team during the 70’s, Sterling Ball played an important role on the design and development of the iconic StingRay basses. Officially purchasing the company in 1984, Sterling, joined later by his sons Scott and Brian, has built a team of dedicated professionals who collectively share a common goal: building the highest level of hand-crafted instruments available. www.music-man.com