The Washburn Mercury MG90 is part of Washburn’s Mercury series produced between 1993-1996 under Grover Jackson. The MG90 was part of the Mercury I series which were made in the United States. This serie was highly regarded as high-end instruments and the Mercury I series had “chunkier” necks than the Mercury II series. The Washburn MG90 also has the advanced features like the tremolo and direct-mounted Seymour Duncan pickups. The HSS pickup configuration consist of two and a . The guitar came in a natural oil mat finish.
Other features are:
- Honduras mahogany body
- Quarter sawn maple neck
- Offfset pearl dot inlay
- 6105 Dunlop Fretwire
- Wilkiloid nut by Wilkonson US.
- Locking Gotoh Tuners (Magnum III)
- Come with Washburn’s OHSC.
- C.L.A.S. (Convergent Linear Alignment System). This insures a perfectly straight string path through the nut to the tuner.