Barron Wesley Guitars Announces Alpha Single Cutaway

The singlecut guitar features honeycomb chambered mahogany body with a figured maple top.

San Mateo, CA (May 25, 2011) -- Barron Wesley Guitars introduces the new Alpha Single Cutaway Guitar. The Alpha features a hand-rubbed Tung oil finish, cocobolo rosewood fretboard with a 12-inch radius, and choice of mother-of-pearl dot or upgradable block inlays. The Alpha’s honeycomb patterned chambered mahogany body is designed for superior tone, weight relief and un-compromised strength. The package is complete with locking tuners, TonePros AVTII wraparound with locking studs, naturally bound highly figured tops complimented by cocobolo, mahogany, or maple custom wood speed knobs.

Specs:
  • 25" Scale length
  • 22 Frets (medium)
  • 12” Radiused cocobolo rosewood fingerboard
  • Bone nut
  • 2 Piece book-matched maple top (natural)
  • 1 or 2 Piece mahogany back
  • 1 Piece mahogany neck
  • Block or dot MOP inlays (block inlays + $400)
  • Tone Pros AVT2 wraparound bridge with locking studs
  • Manlius Modern Vintage PAF+ humbuckers
  • RS CTS Volume with treble bleed cap
  • Bourns push/pull tone (coil tap) with tone cap
  • Switchcraft 3 way toggle
  • Wood speed knobs (cocobolo rosewood, mahogany, or maple)
  • Gotoh Locking tuners
  • Double action truss-rod
  • Carbon fiber neck reinforcements
  • Finish: Hand rubbed Tung oil
  • Black form fit plush lined hard case.
  • MSRP: $2750.00 + Actual shipping

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