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OLP, builder of Officially Licensed Products, has extended its line of Music Man-approved guitars and basses with the addition of new models and colorful finishes. And for the first time, left-handed models are also now available.

The OLP MM1, based on the popular Music Man "Axis" Model, is now available in two new finishes: Desert Gold and Lava Pearl. Furthermore, a left-handed version of the acclaimed MM1 is available in Trans Gold finish. Both versions feature a Basswood body, Maple neck and fingerboard, and the distinctive Music Man-style headstock design. Two Direct-Mount Humbuckers and a non-locking Tremolo round out the package.

The OLP MM2, modeled on the Music Man "Sting Ray" bass guitar, is now offered in a Black finish with Black Pickguard, as well as a Natural finish (body wood is Elm) with a Tortoise Shell pickguard. The original Pearl Blue MM2 bass is still available, and now sports a White Pearl Pickguard for a distinctive new look. The Pearl Blue and Black-finished basses come standard with a Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard. The MM2 is now available in a left-handed model with a Black finish and pickguard.

The five-string OLP MM3 bass (Black finish/pickguard) is now offered with a Rosewood fingerboard and Black hardware for a real "rock n' roll" look. The Maple fingerboard version is still available, and now features a Natural finish and Tortoise Shell pickguard.

Based on the Music Man "Silhoutte" baritone guitar, the OLP MM5 now comes in a Black finish with Rosewood fingerboard. It's an exciting new look for an instrument that lets players dish out extra low tones -- in fact, it's actually tuned from A to A, featuring a full 29-1/4-inch baritone scale. Chrome hardware is now standard.

OLP designs are officially licensed from the original equipment manufacturers and designers.

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