Left-Handed LMG-T Paisley
The guitar has a left handed Bigsby B5 tremolo system, with a few our special tweaks to the B5 and the Gotoh Roller Bridge.
The Seymour Duncan LMG Custom Wind "Phat Cat" Pickup in neck position is designed to create a buttery tone and a hot "LIl 59' Seymour Duncan Custom wind in the bridge position is designed to give this guitar lots of tonal options.
The electric guitar features Gotoh, right-side tunes, custom LMG aluminium volume and tone controls. The neck is made of Canadian hard rock maple, with an ebony fret board.
The manufacturer says it cut its own neck nuts to ensure that the fit is perfect to the neck and strings. The guitars are shipping with DR Tite Fit Strings, a custom 10-49 set.
Body-machined from a solid block of 6061 T6 Aluminum, the guitar's top and sides are contiguous, which creates a rigidity to the body designed to create "warm tone and note bloom." One of the other results of metal bodies is that they shield the guitar so there is no hum.
The guitar bodies are clear coated with a high gloss, scratch resistant clear coat designed to enhance the depth perception of the finish on the body. Switchcraft jacks, pots and switches are used in all LMG guitars.
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