Jarrell Guitars Debuts Monte Pittman Signature Guitar

The Monte Pittman Signature Jarrell MPS is the result of the collaboration between the award winning visionary designer Phillip Jarrell and world renowned artist, writer, and guitarist Monte Pittman.

Phillip Jarrell will showcase the latest and greatest creations in the Jarrell Guitar collection at Winter NAMM 2012, featuring the debut of the Monte Pittman Signature Series of 3 guitars: MPS.1, MPS.f, and the MPS*Classic.

The Monte Pittman Signature Jarrell MPS is the result of the collaboration between the award winning visionary designer Phillip Jarrell and world renowned artist, writer, and guitarist Monte Pittman. Utilizing Pittman's feedback, Jarrell Guitars worked with MJ at the Seymour Duncan Shop to design the guitar. The Monte Pittman Signature Jarrell MPS boasts a mega set of Seymour Duncan pick ups with a P-Rail neck, STk-S7 Vintage Hot Stack middle and a custom design SH-13 Dime Bucker Bridge. Both neck and bridge have 3 position mini switches, with custom wiring using a Super 5 way switch, and a kill switch.

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www.jarrellguitars.com

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