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Suhr Classic Custom Lake Placid Blue w/ TV Jones JS1X2N

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$3,535.00
SKU:
DG2892
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    This Suhr Classic is the ultimate "Super Strat" - with a modern build and aesthetic combined with traditional elements, this guitar is sure to please any and all players alike. The play feel is something we could rant and rave about for days! If you've never played a Suhr, do yourself a favor and take one for a test drive... the roasting process makes the tone woods feel properly worn in, with all the benefits of a brand new instrument. The tonal variety and classic vibe you get with the TV Jones pickups is outstanding - fat, round tone with excellent dynamic response. Why pay more for big-box, assembly-line instruments when you can have world class, TRUE hand-built quality and unparalleled attention to detail?

    Specs:

    Alder Body
    Lake Placid Blue Finish
    Roasted Maple Neck
    Indian Rosewood Fingerboard
    22 SS Heavy Frets
    Even C Medium Neck .840" - .920"
    10"-14" Radius, Extra Roll
    Custom Matching Headstock
    Suhr Locking Tuners
    Gotoh 510 Bridge
    Chrome Hardware
    MoP Logo
    Clay Dots
    White Pearl Pickguard
    TV Jones TV Classic Pickups
    Premium Electronics
    Vol, 2x Tone, 5-Way
    Hardshell Case

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    • Suhr Classic Antique Demo - Limited Edition Roasted Recovered Collection
      Enjoy this Distinctive Select Suhr Classic Antique from our ex...

    Suhr Classic Antique Demo - Limited Edition Roasted Recovered Collection

    Enjoy this Distinctive Select Suhr Classic Antique from our exclusive Roasted Recovered Sinker Maple Collection. More info below and at https://distinctiveguitar.com/. 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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