Guitar Neck Diagram
a: Width of the neck at the nut
b: Width of the neck at the fret position specified by the neck dimension
c: Thickness of the neck at the first fret
d: Thickness of the neck at the fret position specified by the neck dimension
Radius: Radius of the fingerboard
Guitar Body Diagram
A: Length of the body
B: Maximum width of the body
C: Maximum depth of the body
The neck side of the preamp is the top of the control panel. There is an LCD screen readout for tune at the top center of the control unit. The volume knob is on the far left, and the shape knob is on the far right. In between both knobs is a tuner on/off switch.
The Comfort Grip Maple Neck contour provides superior playability.
The Walnut bridge transfers string vibration directly to the body, delivering a natural and warm tone.
A Walnut fretboard features a well-balanced tonal character from low to high end.
The small and simple preamp has only two control knobs, volume and shape. This at-a-glance tone control offers natural acoustic sound in the center position. It allows players to adjust the tone easily and enables them to go from low, fat and powerful tones to a bright and crisp sound while adjusting only one knob. A new easy-to-read onboard tuner with LCD(liquid crystal display) is located on the preamp.
These pins really are an advantage over old-fashioned pins. Advantage™ pins are easier to take out and easier to put in than standard pins. A special bulb-shaped end makes the pin easy to grip and also prevents the pin from being pushed in too far. Best of all, with Advantage™ the pin and string stay put.