Vintage Releases the V6M24

The model comes with an American alder body and maple neck and is available in three different finishes.

Garforth, UK (June 24, 2015) -- Designed with the needs of the modern player firmly in mind, the new V6M24 electric from Vintage is brimming with a host of features that can take you from the practice room to the world’s stages.

With an American alder body perfectly matched to a bolt-on maple neck and fingerboard, its 24 medium jumbo fretboard allows the player to comfortably access those high notes thanks to its contoured low-profile neck joint.

Like all Vintage electrics, it comes as standard with Trev Wilkinson designed hardware and pickup. The VS50IIK Vibrato system can take some serious abuse and yet still return to pitch time after time, thanks to the added inclusion of Wilkinson WJ07LH E-Z-Lok machine heads. Meanwhile, the Wilkinson WHHB double-coil pickups provide tight bottom end and crisp highs, perfect for a variety of genres.

Available in a choice of Daytona Yellow, Laguna Blue and Ventura Green finishes, with matching reverse headstock, the V6M24 plays, sounds and looks the business, and at just £249 RRP it won’t put a dent in your wallet either!


  • Body: American Alder
  • Neck: Maple bolt on
  • Fingerboard: Maple
  • Scale: 24.75”/628mm
  • Nut: 42mm
  • Frets: 24 medium jumbo
  • Neck Inlays: black dot
  • Tuners: Wilkinson E-Z-Lok WJ07LH
  • Bridge: Wilkinson VS50IIK Vibrato
  • Pickups: Wilkinson Double Coil x 2 WHHBN/WHHBB
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Controls: 1 x Volume/ 1 x Tone/ 3-Way Toggle

$278 retail

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