When something remains as an unrealized dream for long enough it becomes a fantasy. A fantasy is the belief that there is no such thing in the real world. This is a mindset that surrounds the legend of the "vintage guitar." That it is unobtainable. That you cannot have a vintage instrument that will play like lightning, sing like angels and be reasonably priced.But when we look deeply, we see that this is a mistaken perception and once perception is corrected, bliss returns. Bliss is restored to the musical world in the form of: The Classic.
The Classic is the vintage guitar of your wildest dreams, and beyond, the one you always knew should exist but you were unable to touch in physical form, until now.
- Body Wood - Swamp Ash
- Pickguard - Pearl White
- Frets - 22 Heavy
- Scale Length - 25.5"
- Neck Wood - Maple(Natural Satin Finish)
- Neck Shape - Even Taper Neck Back Shape
- Fretboard Wood - Maple
- Inlays - Black Dots
- Tuners - Split Shaft
- Nut and Bridge - Sunken Floyd Rose with Locking nut
- Hardware Type - Chrome
- Neck Pickup - SA1R
- Middle Pickup - SA1
- Bridge Pickup - H2+
- Volume Knob
- Tone Knob
- "Switcharoo" System*
- Blower Switch
- Neck Pickup Switch
- Middle Pickup Switch
- Bridge Pickup Switch
*How does the "Switcharoo" System work?
Pickup Switches: Each pickup switch has an off and on switch. Off is the middle pickup position. Flipping the switch down turns on the pickup wired in series. Flipping the switch up turns on the pickup wired in either parallel or split. (The parallel or split function is assignable--see above).
Blower Switch: The blower switch flipped up to the off position, allows the pickup switches to function as described above. Flipped down to the on position, the three pickup switches are bypassed and the bridge pickup is turned on full power (series).
Example: For a great rhythm sound you decide to have the neck and middle pickups on split. When it's time for a powerful sounding solo, you simply hit the blower switch and play the solo with the bridge humbucker full power (series). When the solo is over, merely flip the blower switch off and you return to your multi-pickup rhythm sound.