Electronic Components, hardware and wood - Made in South Korea and Japan.
Rosewood Fretboard - The Rosewood Fingerboard Offers a Strong, Bright Sound and an Attractive Appearance with a Long Grain.
Manufacturing Time: 15 Business Days
16" chambered hollowbody
Laminated flamed maple top, back, and sides
1959-style trestle bracing
2-piece rock maple neck
Bound ebony fretboard
TV Jones Classic pickups
Pinned rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge
Custom Bigsby vibrato tailpiece - Made in Japan
3-way pickup selector switch
Master tone switch
Through the clean channel it has a crisp and clear sound, great for playing some funky numbers. Switching to the neck pickup gives you great bluesy tones to play around with and the hollow body adds to the roundness of these clean tones. Adding some colour with a bit of overdrive you start to appreciate where the tone and backbone sound of AC/DCs riffs come from. The punchy tone bursts through and complements any rock riffs that are at the tip of your fingers. Whacking up the gain or switching to a second overdrive channel, the guitar does you proud for some ballsy, grungy tones, good for blasting out some Metallica style riffs.
The playability of this guitar is great, helped with the double cutaway you can easily play all notes on the fretboard. It’s comfortable and feels first-rate in your hand whilst playing. The note definition is crisp as you would expect and it stays in tune well.
Being semi-hollow the guitar is light but not off putting, it is finished well with binding round the body and the neck with mother of pearl inlays in the frets and the headstock logo.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR GUITAR:
Without extra cost:
Right/Left handed guitar Body colour Neck profile No dots on fretboard Fret size
Designed by The Top Guitars in Japan and Republic of Korea Assembled in China
"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."
Potentiometer:Potentiometers often abbreviated as pots can be used to control a variety of functions inside an electric guitar.
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.
Body Wood:All our instruments are handcrafted from quality tone woods. If you're just starting out, we recommend you choose the wood that appeals to you most based on its appearance.
Machine Heads:Authorized Gotoh Machine Heads and Authorized Wilkinson Machine Heads Made in Japan
Pickups:The Pickups are crucial components on all guitars and basses. They significantly affect the sound of an instrument. If you do not know what type of pickups to choose from then just select Authorized Wilkinson Pickups since this is the standard and default pickups that we use.
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