'60s Style Guitar With Old School Mojo & Sound
This '60s Strat-style guitar is inspired by the classic '60s designs. It's for the player who wants the sound, look and feel of a vintage guitar but with added improvements and updates. The MVS-64 has a solid Alder body, the wood of '60s guitars, and passive custom wound Alnico-V single coil pickups for vintage tone with punch and clarity. The vintage style bridge produces the note attack and decay of the original classic bridge.
Roasted Maple For Superior Neck Stability
Roasted Maple is Maple that has been kiln treated at high temperatures to remove moisture, sugars and other wood impurities. The result of this process is a superior, improved and stabilized neck with increased note sustain, resonance, and no dead spots.
Authentic Indian Rosewood ‘Slab’ Fingerboard
The MVS-64 guitar has an authentic Indian Rosewood ‘Slab’ fingerboard. This is a genuine Dalbergia (Rosewood) not Pau Ferro, Morado, Bolivian or other substitute. The ‘slab’ fingerboard is highly desired by vintage collectors as the wood content is more stable and resonant than the ‘mid-60s veneer board construction.
Overall, the combination of the Alder body, roasted Maple neck, Indian Rosewood fingerboard, custom vintage style pickups, and the steel bridge, makes the MVS-64 '60s Strat-style guitar sound best.
Modern Vintage MVS-64 Guitar Specifications
Body Finish: Piano Black, Gloss Polyurethane
Neck: Roasted Maple, Satin Polyurethane
Neck Profile: Thin C, 0.80" depth at 1st fret, 0.88" depth at 12th
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood with dot inlays
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"
Frets: 20, Medium 080″ X .043 (2.03 X 1.09 mm)
Nut Width: 1.69"
Trussrod: Dual action two-way
Pickups: Custom wound fibre bobbin Alnico-5 single coil
Preamp: Fully passive, controls Volume, Tone, Tone, 5-way selector
Pickguard: 3-ply Tortoise Shell
Tuners: Vintage Kluson style
Bridge: Vintage style with steel saddles and vibrato tailpiece
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