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JHS Vintage V100AFD Paradise

New for 2011 is an addition to the Vintage V100 range, the Vintage V100AFD Paradise.

Featuring a solid mahogany single cutaway body with a carved maple cap and flame maple veneer top, the V100AFD Paradise comes with single ply ivory coloured binding and a cherry red back.

 

Along with its mahogany set neck and rosewood fingerboard, it comes with a pair of WVHZ Wilkinson Zebra pickups designed to provide a punch of chunky rocking tones.

 

As well as the Wilkinson tuners and bridge (a Vintage standard), the Paradise includes a set of chrome straplocks.


For more info, visit JHS.

  • mjw6555 1 post
    mjw6555
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    Posted on 01/21/2011 at 21:23:43
    Very sweet looking Guitar!
    I can't wait to test drive one.
    Perhaps, one day soon (hopefully, before I actually purchase one), a Vintage V100AFD Paradise model will be available with a Bigsby...or (what was I thinking???) with a Floyd Rose?!?!?
    Now THAT would be a True Work of ART!!!
    Peace...
    MJ Wright

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