Vigier Guitars Announces the New Excalibur Special 7

The finest French woods are used in the Alder body/Maple top construction, it is complete with the killswitch found on the Excalibur Bfoot and Kaos guitars.

Grigny France (Jan 18, 2012) -- Vigier, pioneers of carbon fibre technology, announce the Excalibur Special 7.

The finest French woods are used in the Alder body/Maple top construction, it is complete with the killswitch found on the Excalibur Bfoot and Kaos guitars.

This guitar also features everything you have come to expect from Vigier; carbon reinforced 10/90 neck, tremolo pivoting on needle bearings, stainless steel frets, hardened removable zero fret, removable Teflon nut, oversized locking tuners, Flexretainer string tree, brass locking end-pins, naturally dried woods for 3 years, and varnish dried for 3 weeks.

For more information:
www.vigierguitars.com

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