Acoustic Electric Cutaway, Active EQ system, Dreadnought style, High gloss finish, Select spruce top, Catalpa sides & back, Standard X Bracing, Rosewood Fingerboard, Mahogany Neck, Fully adjustable truss rod, Chrome die cast tuners, WT92 preamp system.
Dave Navarro changed the course of alternative rock with the bands Jane’s Addiction and Red Hot Chilli peppers. The stunning contrasts that personify Dave Navarro’s style are found in his signature LLX6 DN, a handcrafted acoustic with distinctive custom appointments. The LLX6 DN features a pure white finish with black accents, pearloid tuning pegs, star inlays on the ebony fretboard and Dave’s personal unicorn logo finish the guitar. Handcrafted acoustic. Solid Englemann Spruce top. Maple back & sides. Mahogany neck and ebony fingerboard with star inlays. Piezo and condenser mic on adjustable gooseneck. Pearloid tuning pegs. Ebony bridge. Black accents on binding, Pickguard, headstock. Dave’s personal unicorn logo inlaid in headstock. White gloss finish.
This Showmaster is basically a metal guitar, but with skull and crossbones graphic, a black finish, and black hardware, it goes all the way into the world of nose rings and tattoos. Solid basswood body, reverse small headstock, double humbuckers, licensed Floyd Rose tremolo, and medium jumbo frets Solid basswood body. Skull and crossbones graphic. Bolt on neck. 24 medium jumbo frets. Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. Reverse small headstock. Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo. Double humbucker pickup configuration. Black finish.
Westone Spectrum SX Vintage Matsumoku Japan Electric Guitar Transparent red On red. This HSS equipped Spectrum is from a different breed with its all over red color and push pull pots on volume and one tone knob to make many tones for different styles of music. Sporting a Bendmaster tremolo with fine tuners for easy adjustments. Made in Japan 1985-1987.
Keeping the century old Dreadnought tradition of versatility, the Americana is a reinvented classic. It's best described as one part plow horse for its durability and two parts thoroughbred for its exquisite tone and articulation. This stage and studio ready songbird comes equipped with Godin Q1T electronics featuring a built in tuner. Get it in a Bourbon Burst, Faded Black or Tennessee Red semi gloss patina finish.
Impact 1 classic body design. 25 1/2 scale. 22 18% Nickel silver frets. 12" Fingerboard radius. Polyglide polymer fingerboard. one P12 Adjustable pole pieve humbucking pickup. Two P6 adjustable pole pleve single coil pickups. Three Individual pickup selector mini switches. One volume control. One tone control. Shocksord switch output jack mounting. Gold on brass hardware. Comes with lightweight hard carrying case. Made in the USA.
The First act ME 1984 guitar is the perfect beginner instrument for smaller players. The cool black double cutaway body features a pickup with volume control for rockin' tones. The neck features a 20 fret rosewood fretboard and sealed tuners.
The RGD7421 is an RGF Series solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 2012. The RGD7421 features basswood body bolted to a 26½" scale maple and walnut Wizard II 7 neck with a 24 fret rosewood fingerboard with black pearl dot position markers. Components include a Gibraltar Standard hard tail bridge and a pair of Ibanez CAP-VK humbucking pickups. Controls consist of just a master volume and a 3 way toggle pickup selector. Factory tuning is one full step down A Standard.
Built for the practicing musician, the full size DD44S dreadnought acoustic uses a high quality laminated spruce top, Australian Blackwood fingerboard, okuman neck, sapele back and sides to create a guitar that delivers outstanding tone and playability.
Ryoji Matsuoka began making classical guitars as a self-taught artist in the early 1950s. In 1959, he founded the Matsuoka Company in Nagoya. He built various models of instruments inspired by Ramirez, Kohno, Hauser etc., the quality of his work will allow him to quickly acquire a reputation. Built in 1982 this guitar gas a vibrant flamenco classical sound. Complete with hard case.
You'll love the feel of the Epiphone EB-0 four-string bass guitar, with its shorter-scale 30.5" mahogany neck that's perfect for fast players, beginners, and guitarists that only occasionally play bass. And not only does the shorter scale make the EB-0 bass effortless to play, it packs your harmonics closer together for a vibrant and lively tonality. It's a great balance to the warm, solid low end with rich sustain you get from the mahogany body. So get a bass that's packed with tone and is remarkably easy to play - get the Epiphone EB-0 four-string bass guitar today.
Established in 1958, Samick Musical Instruments Co. Ltd. has over 50 years of experience manufacturing high quality musical instruments. With a manufacturing capability of more than a half million guitars per year in factories located in Korea, Indonesia, China and the United States, Samick also ranks as the world’s leading stringed instrument producer. The craftsmanship developed over the years has made Samick one of the largest and most knowledgeable producers of musical instruments in the world today.