IMPORTANT INFORMATION- Our instruments are currently available within 3 to 4 months. Call us for more information.
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SY Walnut/Maple 2023 - Black Bird
The delay for receiving an order is currently 3 to 4 months
24 jumbo stainless steel frets
Aluminum fingerboard marks
Inlaid QD logo in aluminum
650 mm scale
Fingerboard width at saddle 42 mm
Fingerboard width at 12th fret 51 mm (1.5")
De Leeuw Guitars soft C neck profile (other neck profiles available)
Maple headstock veneer
Flamed maple table
Solid brass backplates
Notched for perfect ergonomics
Hipshot machine heads
Strap lock Schaller
Fittings color: 'Chrome'
Handcrafted, hand-wound pickups
Neck : P90 from Dreamsongs Pickups
Bridge : CLASSIC 59 from Dreamsongs Pickups
CTS potentiometer 1 volume and 1 tone
Orange drop capacitor
3 positions selector
Electronic copper shielding
Finish : Oiled
Color : Black Bird
Weight : 3,5 kg
Delivered in its flight case
Making beautiful things, and doing them well, takes time.
That's why not all our instruments have the same delivery time.
From the time of stabilization of the wood after cutting, to the finishing touches, it takes several weeks of work.This is why all our instruments do not have the same delivery times.
1 week: the instrument is available in stock, in permanent collection or undergoing quality control.
6 to 9 weeks: the instrument is in the process of being finished or requires work on the final shade. We take care of your future instrument so that it is unique and perfect.
6 months: You want a custom instrument? This is the minimum time you will have to wait for : - We select the wood for you and with you.- That we work on the desired microphone configuration- That the finishing touches are perfect before you take possession of it.
You can then choose to receive it at home or to come and pick it up in our Parisian "Secret lab".