Vintage Guitars Announces the V6P and V6H
V6H

The V6H is also available with the Wilkinson WVC vibrato system.

Leeds, UK (October 15, 2015) -- New to the ever-popular Vintage electric guitar range are four new models, utilising the same great build quality, high spec and remarkable value for money the Vintage brand has become synonymous with. The reissued series V6H models feature an alder body with book matched flame maple veneer tops, hard maple necks with rosewood fingerboards and pearloid dot inlays.

The Wilkinson designed Alnico V WHS single coils in neck and centre positions are matched perfectly to a Wilkinson WHHB double coil at the bridge, providing added bite for that all-important solo, and bags of sustain thanks to its through-body stringing design and the rock-solid Wilkinson WVFS hardtail bridge.


V6P

Finished in a gorgeous tobacco burst, with three ply white/black/white pearl scratch plate, the V6H is also available with the acclaimed Wilkinson WVC vibrato system.

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