Worldwide, the L-5 was the first guitar to feature f-holes. Then as well as today, the construction of the L-5 is similar in construction, carving, bracing and tap-tuning, to building a cello. This guitar as well as the cello are similarly designed in order to amplify and project the acoustic vibration of strings throughout carved and tuned woods, using f-holes as the projection points. From 1922 to 1934 the L-5 was produced with a 16" lower bout width. In 1934 the lower bout was increased to 17".
Ibanez Roadstar ii
The RS335 is a Roadstar II series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1983. It was made in Japan as part of the Roadstar Deluxe line. The RS335 features a basswood slab body with creme binding bolted to a maple neck with a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard with white dot position markers.
The Artcore AG75 has a large full hollowbody that is truly full-hollow. Unlike many so-called "full acoustics" which feature soundblocks in the body, the AG75 gives you the rich, complex tones you can only get from a true, full-hollow guitar. The mahogany neck with bound laurel fretboard plays fast and easy.
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The Gibson SG is a solid-body electric guitar model introduced by Gibson in 1961 as the Gibson Les Paul SG. It remains in production today in many variations of the initial design. The SG (where "SG" refers to Solid Guitar) Standard is Gibson's best-selling model of all time.
The SG generally has a solid mahogany body, with a black pickguard. The 24.75" scale mahogany neck joins the body at the 19th or 22nd fret. Early models had a smaller neck joint with a longer tenon. This neck design provided access above the 16th fret. Epiphone-made bolt-on neck models still use a 16th fret neck joint. The SG's set neck is shallower than the Gibson Les Paul's. The SG features the traditional Gibson combination of two or three humbucker pickups or P90 pickups and a Tune-o-matic bridge assembly, wraparound bridge, or vibrato tailpiece, depending on the model.
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The Höfner Thin President, first produced in the 1950s, has become famous for its elegant shape and superb tone. Now available in the Höfner Contemporary series it offers you a great semi-acoustic guitar with a long heritage.
The Contemporary model is fitted with full size Höfner humbuckers that deliver full on tone letting you use this guitar for a wide variety of styles from blues through to full on heavy rock. With a solid spruce centre sustain block you achieve even more sustain, better volume and less feedback. The genuine Bigsby vibrato is used in combination with a roller bridge for perfect tuning and playing. With a spruce top, maple back and sides this is the perfect alternative semi-acoustic guitar.
The 60th Anniversary features a traditional one-piece maple neck with a 25.5” scale length with more modern features like a 9.5” fretboard radius, medium jumbo fretwire, rolled fret edges and a modern C profile. Fender American Series Sealed Schaller Tuners. They come complete with the headstock bushings and washers.
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Emperor Regent model is one classy jazz guitar with fully hollow body construction and set in neck. It comes with a single-cut body made of maple back and sides with spruce sound board on top. This combo is pretty frequent for acoustic steel-stringers and jazz guitars.
Fender stratocaster highway
The Highway One Stratocaster guitar features an alder body, modern C-shaped maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard and 22 jumbo frets.
Other features include three hot single-coil pickups with alnico 3 magnets (middle pickup is reverse wound/reverse polarity), vintage-style synchronized tremolo system, Greasebucket tone circuit and satin nitrocellulose lacquer finish.
Satin Nitrocellulose Lacquer Body Finish, Parchment Plastic Parts, Large '70s Style Headstock Shape, Large '70s Style Headstock Logo, Original Body Shape, "Original Contour Body" Decal on Headstock, H/S/S Pickup Routing, Reverse Wound/Reverse Polarity Middle Pickup
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The LGX-SA is a three-voice guitar featuring electric and acoustic guitar sounds, plus the infinite possibilities provided by synth access. The output from the bridge transducer system in the LGX-SA produces six separate signals—one for each string. This divided signal is called hexaphonic and is used to drive guitar synths. The LGX-SA’s guitar synth system tracks effortlessly and its combination with Roland™ GR-synth systems represents a true standard in user-friendliness and performance. This is truly a ‘plug-and-play’ system.