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Suhr Custom Modern Rare Angel Quilt Maple Top Black & Gold JS6A0X

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$5,185.00
SKU:
DG2896
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New
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  • Product Description

    Exotic Tonewoods are a Suhr specialty, and we love nothing more than a top-notch instrument adorned with some of the highest quality build materials available. This Suhr Custom Modern is a prime example -- built on a platform of Black Limba, the Quilt Maple Top was hand selected and tone tapped, and comes finished in a color combination that we are quite proud of. The tonewoods not only look striking, but also give the instrument a shimmering, clear voice that easily cuts through the mix. Featuring a hand-wired Suhr Aldrich pickup set, you have plenty of throaty, saturated mids on tap, in addition to well-rounded bass and treble, making this guitar the ideal companion to any genre.


    Specs:

    Black Limba Body
    Angel Quilt Maple Top
    Black/Gold Finish
    Black Limba Neck
    Ebony Fingerboard
    Modern Elliptical Carve .80 - .85
    10"-14" Radius
    Gotoh 510 Bridge
    Chrome Hardware
    Brass Ring Dots
    Gold Decal Logo
    24 Jumbo SS Frets
    Suhr Aldrich/ML Pickups
    Standard Wiring
    5-Way Blade
    Push/Pull Coil Splitting

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