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Suhr Custom Modern Hand Selected NAMM Top Oceanside Burst JS9U3E

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    Yet another beautiful custom finish and outrageous 3D Quilt Maple top! This Suhr Custom Modern is a prime example of some of our favorite features adorned with a host of custom touches that make for an absolutely unreal one-off instrument. Starting with a lightweight Swamp Ash body, the highly figured top not only boasts a killer aesthetic, but also pairs perfectly with the other tone woods to give the guitar that desirable, well-rounded high end along with ultra focused mids and lows. The Pau Ferro neck features eye-catching figuring paired with an extremely stable, resonant construction that yields ultimate playability and intonation - when played unplugged, we're always blown away by the resonance and seemingly endless sustain. Thanks to the consistent, exceptional craftsmanship of these instruments, there's not a single tone that isn't readily available right at your fingertips.


    Swamp Ash Body
    Quilt Maple Top
    Oceanside Burst Finish
    Scraped Binding
    Trans White Back
    Pau Ferro Neck
    Indian Rosewood Fingerboard
    Modern Elliptical Neck Carve
    10"- 14" Fingerboard Radius
    24 SS Jumbo Frets
    Clay Dots
    1.650" TUSQ Nut
    Gotoh 510 Bridge
    Chrome Hardware
    Suhr SSV/ML/SSH+ Pickups
    5-Way Blade
    Push/Pull Coil Split
    Hardshell Case

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    Enjoy this Distinctive Select Suhr Classic Antique from our exclusive Roasted Recovered Sinker Maple Collection. More info below and at Introducing the Distinctive Select Roasted Recovered Sinker Maple Collection from Suhr. The maple necks of these guitars were crafted from old slow growth timber that rested in the depths of the Great Lakes for approximately 100 years. The cold temperature and low oxygen content of the water preserved the wood in near perfect condition. Most old slow growth wood at the bottom of the Great Lakes was harvested in the late 1800’s from areas in Canada, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. This wood is scarce today, as it is estimated that 10% to 30% of these logs sank to the bottom of the Great Lakes on the way to port. Once the wood dried, it was roasted to eliminate moisture, resulting in a resonant and stable neck. Our suppliers have gone to great lengths to recover these sunken pieces of North American heritage and history. This wood is an example of our dedication to source the finest, most toneful woods for our customers.
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