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J-45 EC AVSG

J-45 EC Aged Vintage Sunburst Gloss (All Solid Wood Fishman Presys-II)

Artno: 562181

7.999 kr (inkl. moms)

Beskrivning

Specifikation

A Workhorse With Improved Upper Fret Access

The legendary Gibson™ J-45™ has been a favorite of musicians ever since it was first introduced in 1942. Now Epiphone has released a new Inspired by Gibson™ J-45 Cutaway that gives players improved access to the upper frets while retaining all of the features that make the J-45 special to begin with, including the Sloped Shoulder body with a solid Sitka spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides, a comfortable rounded C neck profile, Fishman® Sonicore under-saddle pickup and Fishman Presys II preamp with volume and tone controls, and a beautiful Aged Vintage Sunburst finish.

NECK

Material: Mahogany

Profile: Rounded C

Scale Length: 24.724"

Fingerboard Material: Indian Laurel

Fingerboard Radius: 12.01"

Number Of Frets: 20

Frets: Medium Jumbo

Nut Material: Bone

Nut Width: 1.693"

Inlays: Mother of Pearl Dots

Joint: Tapered Dovetail

BODY

Body Shape: Sloped Shouldered Dreadnought Cutaway

Body Material: Solid Mahogany

Top: Solid Sitka Spruce

Back: Solid Mahogany

Side: Solid Mahogany

Bracing: Quarter Sawn Spruce

Binding: Top - 4-ply Ivory and Black: Back - 1-ply Ivory

Finish: Aged Gloss

HARDWARE

Finish: Nickel

Tuner Plating: Nickel

Bridge: Reverse Belly, Indian Laurel

Saddle Material: Bone

Tuning Machines: 3 on a plate: Ivory buttons, press in bushings

Pickguard: Tortoise Shell Tear Drop, Epoxy Style

TrussRod: Dual Action

Truss Rod Cover: 2-ply Bell

Bridge Pins: Ivory

Strap Buttons: 2 - end pin jack and back of heel

ELECTRONICS

Under Saddle Pickup: Fishman Sonicore

Controls: Fishman Presys II with Volume, Bass and Treble controls, Phase Switch, and a built-in tuner with LED display

Output Jack: End pin Jack

Preamp: Fishman Presys II

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