PRICE $1,499 street, Mono soft case included
NUT WIDTH 1.68”, bone
NECK Mahogany set neck with long-tenon joint
FRETBOARD Ebony, 25” scale, 12” radius
FRETS 22 medium jumbo
BODY Mahogany semi-hollow with carved top and back
BRIDGE Tune-o-matic with stop tailpiece
PICKUPS Harmony Gold Foil humbuckers with Alnico 3 magnets
CONTROLS Volume (pulls for out-of-phase) tone, three-way selector
EXTRAS Nitrocellulose lacquer finish. Comes with premium Mono Vertigo Electric case
FACTORY STRINGS Harmony .010–.046
WEIGHT 6.1 lbs (as tested)
KUDOS Plays very well. Excellent construction and finish. Lightweight and toneful
CONCERNS Toggle switch feels a bit flimsy
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