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Gibson J-185 Vintage Sunburst
De eerste J-185 werd geïntroduceerd in 1951 om spelers een groter aanbod te bieden in akoestische flat-top gitaren en werd onmiddelijk een grote hit. Met een kleinere body dan de Super Jumbo modellen biedt deze gitaar een perfect alternatief voor gitaristen die een kleinere gitaar zoeken, maar geen akoestische kracht en projectie willen opofferen. Deze gitaar klinkt indrukwekkend bij krachtige akkoorden, fingerpicking en alles wat er tussen in zit.
Gibson SG Standard Left Handed Ebony
When it first hit the scene back in 1961, the Gibson SG was the most radical design the electric guitar world had witnessed so far, and it still makes a bold statement today. Originally conceived as a modern replacement for the single-cutaway Les Paul Standard, the SG had several features that made it perfect for cutting-edge guitarists – all of which remain present in the Gibson USA SG Standard – and it became an iconic rock guitar almost immediately. With its light yet resonant solid-mahogany body and neck, a radical looking double-cutaway design that also yields unprecedented upper-fret access, a rock-solid Tune-o-matic bridge and stoptail pairing, and two meaty humbucking pickups, today’s SG Standard is just as sweet a player and as monstrous a tone machine as the guitars that made the name legendary nearly 50 years ago.
Gibson Southern Jumbo Vintage Sunburst
The Gibson Acoustic Southern Jumbo acoustic-electric guitar will take you back to the old glory days of round-shoulder acoustics! Gibson handcrafted this Southern Jumbo to feel, look, and play like it had just left the factory in the 1940s. Dark amber toner, a bone nut and saddle, binding on the fret ends, and other vintage-style features give this brand-new guitar a historical look. A solid spruce top is coupled with solid mahogany back and sides, making the Gibson Southern Jumbo acoustic-electric primed for rich tone.
Gibson created the Southern Jumbo in the 1940s after a salesman for the southern territory brought home requests for a sturdy, versatile and attractive round-shoulder dreadnought. With elegant inlays, body and fretboard binding, and exquisite "'hog" tone generated by its solid spruce top and mahogany back and sides, the SJ has become a Gibson classic. This Southern Jumbo retains the late '40's style and appointments that reflect the charm and style of the South.
The Southern Jumbo comes with L.R. Baggs's popular Element Active Acoustic Pickup System, which features a low-profile undersaddle transducer that's proven more stable and durable than many standard ribbon-type pickups. Combined with an onboard preamplifier with an unobtrusive and removable volume control, mounted just inside the soundhole, the Element is a tremendous performer. Its sleek and effective design removes unnecessary internal components to enhance the coupling between the pickup and the guitar and improve the sensitivity of the transducer for a robust, lively, and natural acoustic sound with excellent dynamics and delicate high end. The Element works with a standard 9V battery, which is housed inside the guitar in L.R. Bagg's "Battery Bagg."
Expect the best from Gibson Acoustic. The Southern Jumbo boasts a premium solid Sitka spruce top, quality solid mahogany back and sides, a mahogany neck, and a fingerboard and bridge made of rosewood. All these elements add up to a guitar that sounds great now, and will only improve over time. Instruments such as the Southern Jumbo are great investments and reliable musical companions that will inspire you for years to come.
Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio Antique Natural
At the heart of Gibson's square-shoulder dreadnought line of acoustic guitars is the Songwriter Series, and the Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC is its most fundamental offering, in a distinct cutaway design. First introduced in 2003, the Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC combines Gibson's time-honored bracing patterns of the 1930s with Gibson's classic square-shoulder shape, which gained world-wide recognition in the early 1960s.
Gibson Les Paul Custom TV Yellow
This very limited Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Custom features a one-piece mahogany neck, carved maple top and solid mahogany body that produces warm, rich tones. A rare, Rosewood fretboard with pearl block inlays gives it a nice bright attack and coupled with the 490R & 498T Gibson humbuckers, it delivers those classic warm tones for rhythm and smoking hot lead tones that made the Les Paul Custom famous. Other Gibson features are a tune-o-matic bridge, stopbar tailpiece and multi-ply binding on body, neck and headstock. This Les Paul Custom has a vintage elegance with it's classic finish - transparent TV Yellow with chrome hardware!
Cort Earth-Mini Open Pore
De Earth serie is Cort's antwoord op de klassieke dreadnoughts zoals de legendarische Martin D28. De Earth serie gitaren leveren de sound en look van een akoestische gitaar uit de “Golden Years” van de gitaarbouw. De Earth serie is de Dreadnought binnen het Cort Acoustic programma. Een Dreadnought is het meest voorkomende en populaire gitaarmodel vanwege de uitgebalanceerde klank. Op veler verzoek levert Cort nu ook een 3/4 versie Dreadnought. Perfecte Travelguitar!
Godin Session Custom Triple Play Maple Lightburst HG
This is a guitar with tonal versatility that's right at home playing a multitude of styles of music. From alternative-rock, blues to country, the Session Custom is packed full of features and is ready to take center stage.
It features a Canadian basswood body, rock maple neck with maple or rosewood fingerboard and the Godin Tru-Loc Tremolo system which allows players to regulate their own trem arm placement into a personal Custom Comfort Zone. The Session Custom features a beefy Godin Humbucker in the neck and the sweet Godin 'Custom Cajun' single-coil pickup in the bridge for added vintage punch & bite. All of which are housed in a classic single cutaway body design and controlled via a 5-way switch, 1x volume and 1x tone knob. All this plus the infinite sonic possibilities of the integrated TriplePlay™ wireless guitar controller system!
TriplePlay™ is the composing, performing and recording system that puts an unlimited palette of instruments and sounds at your fingertips – all with the freedom of wireless control and all directly built into the Godin Session Custom TriplePlay™ guitar.
Allows a player to regulate Tremolo Arm placement via a simple allen key adjustment, which locks the arm into a personal Custom Comfort Zone. Arm stays firm & true while offering smooth & full mobility within players Custom Comfort Zone.
Fender Vintage Hot Rod 50s Stratocaster Fiesta Red
Fender’s Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Stratocaster gives you the best Strat tone, style and performance of both eras— authentically vintage-style design touches straight from the 1950s and hot-rodded modern mods ideal for today’s players.
Premium features include an ash body; maple neck with “D”-shaped profile, vintage-style heel-end truss rod adjustment, and satin back finish; and a compound-radius (7.25”-12”) maple fingerboard with 21 6105 frets, bone nut and gloss finish. Singing tone comes from an American Vintage single-coil ’59 Stratocaster neck pickup and single-coil ’56 Stratocaster middle pickup, and a Texas Special™ single-coil Stratocaster bridge pickup. In addition to five-way blade pickup switching, an S-1™ switch adds the bridge pickup to pickup switch positions 3, 4 and 5.
Other features include a single-ply white pickguard, three aged white control knobs (master volume, tone 1, tone 2), two-point synchronized tremolo with vintage-style stamped steel saddles (chrome cover included), vintage-style locking tuners and locking strap buttons. Available in Twocolor Sunburst and Fiesta Red gloss finishes. Includes upgraded deluxe vintage-style tweed case, vintage-style 8’ cable, vintage-style black strap, extra tremolo springs and wrenches.
Fender Coronado Candy Apple Red
The Coronado guitar is back, with greater sound, build and beauty than ever for the guitarist who appreciates a different Fender guitar with a special history. In the mid-to-late 1960s, the Coronado family was Fender’s first foray into the hollow-body electric guitar world. Now the Coronado name and style returns to Fender as an utterly cool new guitar in the Modern Player family, with stunning looks, tone and features.
The Fender Coronado guitar’s thin semi-hollow maple body has an alder center-block and bound top and back, with stylish bound f holes. Its “C”-shaped maple neck has a 9.5”-radius white-bound rosewood fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets and elegant white pearloid block inlays. Other distinctive features include dual Fideli’Tron™ humbucking pickups with three-way toggle switching, three-ply black pickguard, four skirted “amp”-style control knobs (volume and tone for each pickup) and an Adjusto-Matic™ bridge with floating “F” trapeze tailpiece. Available in gorgeous 3-Color Sunburst, Black, Candy Apple Red and Black Cherry Burst gloss finishes.
EVH 5150 III 100S Limited Edition Cabinet Black
This limited Edition hand-customized EVH 5150 III 100S head combination is identical to the setup Eddie Van Halen has recently toured with, and features the exact same custom modifications.
The cabinet features rock-solid birch construction, four Celestion EVH G-12 speakers, EVH Casters and recessed metal handles.
Head and cabinet com in a special black "Stealth" aesthetic.
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