The three new models are priced around $300 and feature a slim C-shape neck and 7.25" fretboard radius.

Indianapolis, IN (April 23, 2012) – SHS International has introduced what could arguably be the most authentic electric guitars in their price range. Three new models have been recently unveiled that offer up a host of features that are unheard of at their respective price range.

Rare for an imported guitar, the models feature a slim C-Shape neck with a 7.25 fret radius and an etched neck plate with engraved serial number.

• Custom fit Hardshell Case, USA Made All Leather 2 ½ inch Black strap, Certificate of Authenticity
• Vintage Style tuners, S-Style bridge, 10 gauge GHS strings, Pick Guard.
• C-Shape necks on your choice of Maple or Rosewood fingerboard specific to the model, 25.5” scale length, Basswood Body.
• Classic Single Coil pickups, 5 way toggle, 1 volume and 2 tone knobs.

Retail price is $399.95 and street price is $319.95.

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