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NAMM 2011: Hagstrom Announces New Deuce Electric Guitars
New to Hagstrom's line-up for 2011 are the Deuce and Deuce-F Electric Guitar models, launching at NAMM 2011.
These newcomers are based upon Hagstrom's celebrated 'Super Swede' model, where a number of advancements and alterations have been made.
Using a 25.5' scale length, the 10mm carved maple capped mahogany body provides a 'versatile tone' recognizable to 'Super Swede' enthusiasts.
The double cutaways bring a familiarity toward other popular triplecoiled pickup models, but still offer more 'flavor' in the overall tone.
The cutaway on the Deuce models offers ultimate high fret neck access, where the neck joins the body at the 21st fret providing high flyers with comfortable access.
Dual coil-tap controls commanding each independent pickup with push-pull pots have been administered to the tone controls with eight different pickup variations possible.
Offered in a selection of colours new & old and Equipped with Hagstrom's Custom 58 pickups.
All Hagstrom guitars are equipped with Hagstrom's legendary H-Expander truss rod and Resinator Fret board to provide ultimate strength and stability to the neck for many years.
This also plays a key part in producing the 'Hagstrom Tone' by enhancing the instrument's sonic qualities, setting Hagstrom apart from any other guitar brand in the electric guitar market.Posted on 5 Jan 2011 12:24 to category : Instruments News
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