Thousands Of Products In Stock Now. Used Strandberg Varberg Birdseye Maple Electric Guitar. Here is a used Strandberg Viberg model, which is named after the city Varberg on the west coast of Sweden, which is one of the few places in Sweden with a possibility of wave surfing the lines of the shape flirt with surf guitar aesthetics.
The Varberg concept is based on an approach with a composite top layer, a chambered middle layer, and a back layer. The Rock Maple, Alder and Mahogany provide a versatile tone, applicable to all types of music. The headless three-piece Birdseye Maple neck features carbon fiber fillets for rock-solid stability. The EndurNeck profile is a heavily modified V shape with a flat bottom that gradually guides your thumb from the bass side of the neck to the treble side as you ascend the scale. The 24-fret fingerboard features glow-in-the-dark Luminlay top and side markers for easy visibility on any stage.Dual EMG pickups are wired to a three-way switch and master Volume and Tone controls for easy access to your tone. The guitar is in great playing condition, there is some light wear to the body, mostly in the wear to the wood near the input jack - which is of course purely cosmetic and does not alter the feel of the guitar while playing. We're here to help! Chambered Alder Core, Mahogany Back. Three-Piece Maple Neck with Carbon Fiber Fillets. 25.5"-25" Fanned Scale Length. Strandberg EGS Series 4 Tremolo and String Locks. EMG Metalworks 66 (Neck) and 57 (Bridge) Humbuckers with Brushed Black Covers. Master Volume and Tone Controls.
Includes: Strandberg Gig Bag, Tremolo Arm, and Paperwork Part Number: VARJG-15-C Serial Number: G1601018 Inventory Number: 30637. The item "Used Strandberg Varberg Birdseye Maple Electric Guitar" is in sale since Thursday, June 01, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "themusiczoo" and is located in Roslyn, New York.This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.