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Designed by The Top Guitars in Japan and Republic of Korea Assembled in RPC
Electronic Components - Made in South Korea and Japan.
Manufacturing Time: 15 Business Days
"Our Aim Is To Provide High Quality Guitars For Beginners And Students Even For Professional Guitarist At Very Affordable Prize And All Of Our Products Passed Through A Very Strict Quality Assurance In China To Maintain Our Standards." Machine Heads:Authorized Gotoh Machine Heads and Authorized Wilkinson Machine Heads Made in Japan
Dexterity / Player Preference:Choose in the option below if you are right or left handed guitar player.
Customization Requirements - Optional:For Example:Body color: white, black, red, green, blue.Scale Length.Number of frets or No frets.Inlays: dot, sharktooth, birds, tree of life, stars, skull, roman numbers or No inlays.Headstock logo name.Hardware: Gold, Chrome or Black.Left/right handed.Any additional requirements must be indicated in this box.
Fretboard:The long strip of wood on a guitar upon which the strings are stopped by the fingers. The choice you make should be based upon your application and personal taste or preference.
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