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NAMM 2011: Vintage Announce New V100AFD Paradise Electric Guitar
Electric guitar manufacturer Vintage has released details of the new V100AFD Paradise Electric Guitar at this years NAMM.
V100AFD Paradise Electric Guitar is a new addition to the best selling Vintage V100 range for 2011.
Featuring a single cutaway design from solid mahogany with a maple veneered top and a carved maple cap the V100AFD is a desirable looking guitar.
With a rosewood fingerboard and mahogany set neck the V100AFD Paradise looks as good as it sounds.
It features a pair of WVHZ Wilkinson Zebra pickups providing a big fat tone ideal for rock guitarists.
In addition to the Wilkinson tuners and bridge the Paradise includes chrome strap locks, ideal for touring bands.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 10:09 to category : Instruments News
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