My archtop .This guitar his constructed of all AAA grade woods. Solid spruce top, flamed maple back and sides, ebony fret board and tail piece. Pearl inlay on fret board, head, and tail piece. It will be fitted with a Benedetto S-6 floating pickup a I will be using this on many of my Jazz gigs and also for recording.
Double cutaway, with three Seymour Duncan single-double coil pickups. It has a build in RMC pizeo pickup for an acoustic sound and a 13 pin connector for midi. All of these can be blended together to create what sound you are looking for.
It is a solid body made from Ash. It has a straight through neck which gives you a lot of sustain. It has super fast auction and is suitable for many styles of music.
The Orchestra model has an Ebony fret board, Indian Rosewood back and sides and a Spruce top. It has a Barbera pickup for amplification. They are amazing.http://www.babera.com/
This guitar is the nicest one to play. It has low fast action and it seems to fit me well. It has a crisp clean sound with bright highs and a rich full bottom. It's so easy to play.
My model IR has a 1-3/4 inch Ebony fret board, Indian Rosewood, back and sides and a Sitka Spruce top. I have had it fitted with a Barbera pickup system so it can be amplified for larger venues.
I have played many hybrid guitars. In my opinion, this is one of the finest in its class. It plays well and has wonderful balance, volume, and tone.
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