The Charvel 750XL Flamed Maple is part of the Charvel Professional Series. It's the same guitar as the Charvel 750XL, but has a flamed maple top finish. This guitar is also called "The Les Paul Killer". The catalog uses the following phrasing: "Capable of the traditional sustaining roars associated with set nech mahogany instruments." The Charvel 750XL was only made for one year. The body was fairly thick because of the added carved maple top. It features two humbuckers. Multiple Jackson pickups were used. The neck scale, just like a Les Paul, is 24.75", has 24 frets and a bound fingerboard. Other features are
The depth of the scooped cutouts at both horns of the guitar varied. Some units had deeper cutouts than other units. A successor of this guitar can be found in the Jackson Soloist Archtop Trem Pro , which has comparable specs with a slimmed down body.