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Suhr Custom Standard Custom Trans White Zebrawood JS7C2Q

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$4,285.00
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DG2904
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    Suhr Custom Standard Select in a Trans White finish. With a beautiful Zebrawood top that pairs perfectly with the lightweight and resonant Swamp Ash body, this build has exotic elements on a traditional S style platform. The Suhr HSH pickup configuration is a highly desirable and versatile setup that, with a 5-way switch, allows for a spectrum of tones ranging from clean single coil chime all the way to a fat and dynamic rock crunch. This build also features a 1-piece Indian Rosewood neck that plays effortlessly down to the very last fret and has a strong, resonant voice and sustain.


    Specs:

    Swamp Ash Body
    Zebrawood Top
    Trans White Finish
    Scraped Binding
    1pc Indian Rosewood Neck
    10"-14" Radius
    Even C Slim Neck Carve .80 - .88"
    Original Headstock
    22 SS Jumbo Frets
    Clay Dots
    Black Hardware
    Thornbucker/ML/Thornbucker+ Pickups
    Standard Wiring
    Push-Push Coil Splitting
    5-Way Pickup Selector
    Original Hardshell Case

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