. Alder body
. Channel and maple fingerboard
. Stephen Extended Cutaway neck fastening
. 2 single coil pickups and a double Shaman Bill Lawrence
. Silver fittings
. Washburn tremolo licensed Floyd Rose
. Grover 18:1
Asian manufacturing very accomplished, the look is really successful.
A reverse head, very harmonious with the rest of the body, a cutaway unusually dressed, an aluminum plate type and a pickup selector at the front of the table. The cutaway-Stephen-Extended Cutaway allows bars to the 22nd case, it is to say. Unique and convenient! This guitar will appeal to guitarists so extreme, not rock, the sound is original because of the microphones and microphones shaman can get more versatility than the N4, the bill lawrence it is not one of Beck and Bill is still a killer, like the guitar itself.
The handle is comfortable and does not really getting used to it immediately.
The weight is neither too light nor too heavy, perfect.
Ergonomics is really impeccable, very pleasant, especially for large with large hands.
This is primarily a guitar for metal but not only, via the switch 5 positions you can work the sound.
Bill Lawrence is very hot but I will not go into the controversy right or wrong it's all marketing to me.
The value price is right, given the qualities of the instrument and finishes, for those who have a thousand dollars more, of course there is the N6 incontounable but frankly it has the look of the N6 and the sound so it's almost an N6.
Although I orient myself to different sounds for now, I am pleased to have the more the n61 is a model that I run so pre finishes that are best made in relation to mass production.