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Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass Hss Rosewood Fretboard Electric Guitar Charcoal Frost
The Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass guitar pays homage to the vintage styling and cosmetic appeal of Leo Fenders original Music Man models. Updated vintage spec electronics, super smooth vintage tremolo system, and lightweight alder and african mahogany bodies are welcome refinements to these new modern renditions. Oversized 4 over 2 headstock with straight string pull for superior tuning stability and flawless craftsmanship throughout make these new modern classics a perfect culmination of old world aesthetics and styling with modern design and playability. Now available with a new Ernie Ball Music Man custom designed bridge humbucker delivering crunchy rhythm and cutting lead tones. The new HSS Cutlass bridge humbucker gives added output with warm vintage style tonality.BodyBody shape: Double cutawayBody type: Solid bodyBody material: Solid woodTop wood: Not applicableBody wood: Lightweight AlderBody finish: GlossOrientation: Right handedNeckNeck shape: Soft V to CNeck wood: MapleJoint: Bolt-onScale length: 25.5"Truss rod: StandardNeck finish: SatinFretboardMaterial: RosewoodRadius: 10"Fret size: High profile, medium widthNumber of frets: 22Inlays: DotNut width: 1.62" (41.3mm)PickupsConfiguration: HSSNeck: Mid-'60s style single-coilMiddle: Mid-'60s style single-coilBridge: Custom designed humbuckerBrand: Music ManActive or passive electronics: ActiveSeries or parallel: SeriesPiezo: NoActive EQ: NoSpecial electronics: Wide spectrum silent circuitControlsControl layout: Master volume, tonePickup switch: 5-wayCoil tap or split: NoKill switch: NoHardwareBridge type: Tremolo/VibratoBridge design: Music Man Modern tremolo with vintage bent steel saddlesTailpiece: StopbarTuning machines: Schaller lockingColor: ChromeOtherNumber of strings: 6-stringSpecial features: PickupsCase: Hardshell caseAccessories: NoneCountry of origin: United States
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