Hottie Inc. Introduces Hottie 429 Electric Guitar

Hottie Inc releases their new Hottie 429 model that is derived from ''70s American muscle cars



Portland, OR
(February 16, 2011) -- Hottie Inc., makers of the Hottie Amps and Hottie Pickups announced it is introducing a new electric guitar, the Hottie 429. All Hottie guitars, inspired by '70s American muscle cars, are made entirely in the USA and start at a street price of $2499.

Hottie Inc. offers the Hottie 327, Hottie Limited Edition 454, and now the Hottie 429 directly through their site, hottieguitars.com. International customers can order through Hottie’s network of international distributors.

Specs:
  • Master Grade Tonewoods
  • Carved Eastern Hard Rock Maple Top
  • One-piece Honduran Mahogany Body
  • Authentic Nitrocellulose Lacquer Finish
  • Hand Carved Set Neck with Soft-V or '59-C Profile
  • Bone Nut - 11 11/16"
  • Ebony Fretboard - 24.625" Scale/12" Radius
  • Nickel Hardware
  • Hottie Pickups® (Humbuckers or P90s)
  • TonePros® Wrap-Around Bridge or Bigsby® Vibrato
  • Switchcraft® and CTS® Electronics
  • Cedar Creek® Custom Hardshell Case

For more information:
Hottie Guitars

Source: Press Release

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