OK, this guitar was custom spec'd by George's Music Center to invoke the emotion for a 1950's S-Style guitar. Think Buddy Holly to Buddy Guy and then some. The alder body, maple neck and fingerboard have all the ass any guitar player is looking for, but now add the HSS configuration mounted into a single-ply white fingerboard, just to keep the authentic 50's theme going and you might call this a sleeper!! This is not exactly your Fathers guitar! The tone of this guitar goes from classic 50's to modern high-gain and the playability is all performance! With its 9.5" radius, medium-jumbo frets and classic neck profile, all players will feel right at home on this Modern Classic!!
Weighing in at: 8.2 LBS.
▪ Model: Legacy HSS
▪ Serial Number: CLF075674
▪ Body Wood: Alder
▪ Body Finish: Tobacco Sunburst
▪ Bridge: DF Vibrato
▪ Knobs: S-Type, White
▪ Pickguard: Single-Ply White
▪ Neck Profile: Modern Classic - .820" depth at first fret .870" depth at 12th fret (+/- .015" tolerance upon completion)
▪ Nut Width: 1 11/16" - 1 5/8" String Spacing
▪ Radius: 9.5"
▪ Neck Wood: Hard-Rock Maple
▪ Fingerboard: Maple
▪ Neck Finish: Vintage Satin Tint
▪ Frets: Medium Jumbo
▪ Nut: Bone
▪ Tuners: G&L Standard
▪ Neck Pickup: G&L CLF-100 Alnico 5 single -coil
▪ Middle Pickup: G&L CLF-100 Alnico 5 single-coil rev-wound
▪ Bridge Pickup: G&L AW4470W
▪ Controls: 5-position blade selector, volume, treble, bass, mini-toggle coil-tap
▪ Strings: D'Addario EXL110 10-46
▪ Case: Deluxe Black Tolex
|2015||Brand New||Tobacco Sunburst||Original Hard|
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