Designed by The Top Guitars Company in Japan and Republic of Korea Assembled in China
Custom Shop Specifications:
Electronic Components - Made in South Korea and Japan.
Manufacturing Time: 15 Business Days
Our signature ACRYLIC line starts with the inimitable double cutaway style. This style defines the essence of the electric guitar and has remained the standard for over 50 years. We have attempted to add a new twist to the classic by adding the element of an acrylic body. Why acrylic? The advantage of the acrylic body is that it has TWICE the density of the hardest hardwood and introduces sonic qualities that are not possible with a wood body. The acrylic accentuates the "glassiness" or "twang" that this style is famous for without introducing harsh or tinny overtones. The weight of the body ( and this sucker is HEAVY! You have been warned!) also provides the bottom end boost that is sometimes lacking in lighter versions of this style. Combined with fine quality single coil pickups and a maple fingerboard, we think we have come up with a winning configuration. But you be the judge!
Body: 10 lb (4.5 kg) solid Polycarbonate acrylic
Neck: Maple (Truss rod reinforced)
Fingerboard: Maple (21 frets)
Scale Length: 25 1/2" (648 mm)
Neck Joint: Bolt On (4 Bolt Pattern)
Pickups: 3 Superfine Grade single coil
Bridge: Chrome with solid block tremolo (6 hole)
Controls: 1 Volume, 2 Tone, 5 Way Toggle Switch
Tuners: Precision Die Cast Chrome
Available Colours: Clear (Icecaster), Blue (Skycaster), Red (Firecaster), Green (Earthcaster)
"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."
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Dexterity / Player Preference:Choose in the option below if you are right or left handed guitar player.
Machine Heads:Authorized Gotoh Machine Heads and Authorized Wilkinson Machine Heads Made in Japan
Potentiometer:Potentiometers often abbreviated as pots can be used to control a variety of functions inside an electric guitar.