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Suhr Custom Modern Angel Quilt Blue Burst JS8A0P

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$5,135.00
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DG2895
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    Suhr Custom Modern with a highly sought-after Angel Quilt Maple top that is absolutely striking, with a broad grain pattern that creates a very 3D figuring. Built on a platform of Genuine Mahogany and Pau Ferro - tonewoods that mesh perfectly with Suhr's handbuilt and versatile pickup combination. Every sound that you've envisioned is a breeze to dial in via the PAF-style Aldrich Humbuckers, and an immensely useful Push-Pull Coil Split which allows quick access to chimey Strat territory. We're still blown away by the hand selected top... be sure to check out the HD photos below!

    Specs:

    Genuine Mahogany Body
    Angel Quilt Maple Top
    Blue Burst Finish
    Pau Ferro Neck / Fingerboard
    Modern Elliptical Carve .80 - .85
    10"-14" Radius
    Gotoh 510 Bridge
    Chrome Hardware
    Abalone Dots
    Abalone Logo
    24 Jumbo SS Frets
    Matching Headstock
    Suhr Aldrich Pickups
    Standard Wiring
    5-Way Blade
    Push/Pull Coil Splitting

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