Electronic Components, wood and hardware - Made in South Korea and Japan.
1. Real Wood Spruce Top 2. Maple Sides Body 3. Natural finish 4. Rosewood fretboard 5. Gibson sj200 style tuners 6. Mustache bridge 7. Real abalone inlay with the name: Scott Burton inlayed on the on fretboard. 8. Inlayed gibson headstock logo 9. Fishman EQ 10. Yellow tweed hardcase 11. Flower pickguard 12 D'addario strings 13. Ox Bone Nut
Manufacturing Time: 30 Business Days
Designed by The Top Guitars in Japan and Republic of Korea Assembled in RPC
"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."
Fretboard Inlay Name:You can indicate the name of your band, first name or last name made with Mother of Pearl inlay imported from 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.
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