Vigier Excalibur Ultra Blues (HSS, Trem, MN) - black diamond

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Inspired by an american classic, the VIGIER Excalibur Ultra Blues (VIG-VE6-CVU2-BDM-M C) is an amazing french-built solidbody electric guitar, which can compare some Custom Shop competitors : demanding technical specifications, excellent built quality, high performances.
Using a traditional platform (Alder body, figured Maple top, Maple neck, Maple or Rosewood fingerboard, 25,6" scale), it's a versatile instrument thanks to its Dimarzio HSS pickup configuration (Vintage DP415 + Virtual PAF) and 24 frets allowing extended playing range.

- Color : black
- Custom shop : no
- Electric guitar style : str (or close shape)
- Number of strings : 6 strings
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- VIGIER Excalibur Ultra Blues
- Solid body electric guitar
- Made in France
- 2021
- 2-pieces naturally aged Alder body
- Figured maple top
- Bolt-on Maple neck (dried at least 3 years), D profile
- Rosewood or Maple fretboard, 24x medium frets
- Scale 650mm / 25.6"
- Radius 300mm / 11.81"
- Neck width 1st fret 42 mm
- Neck width last fret 57.7 mm
- Neck thickness 1st fret 19.5 mm
- Neck thickness 12th fret 23 mm
- HSS Dimarzio pickups configuration
- Dimarzio Virtual Vintage DP415 single coil neck & middle pickups
- Dimarzio Virtual PAF humbucking bridge pickup
- Volume, tone, 5 positions pickup switcher
- Traditional Vigier 2011 non locking tremolo, pivoting on needles bearings
- Vigier locking tuners
- Approximately 3.5 kg
- Vigier gig bag included
- Euroguitar Reference : 98675
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