Waterslide S-Style Guitar Enzo Blue Nitro w/Mojo Dual Foil Gold Pickups, Roasted Maple Neck & Case

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Waterslide S-Style Guitar Enzo Blue Nitro w/Mojo Dual Foil Gold Pickups, Roasted Maple Neck & Case

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Made in Los Angeles, this Waterslide S-Style guitar features a lightweight Alder body with a thin 'Enzo Blue' Nitro Lacquer finish that's lightly tinted and weathered. The guitar weighs in at 7lbs 8oz with great sustain & even balance.

The Roasted Maple neck has a mid-50's Soft V-C profile (.87" - .96") and a 25.5" scale length that's 1.685" at the bone nut with smooth, rounded fretboard edges, a 10" radius and 6105 frets. It has a slightly tinted satin finish that feels great and will not get sticky when playing.

The pickups are surface-mounted Mojo UK 'Dual Foil' Gold Foil pickups which take Teisco's classic single coil design from the 60's and turns it into coil-splittable humbuckers. They're very fat and detailed in humbucking mode with more power and 'oomph' than a typical Gold Foil. Each pickup can be coil split by the white slider switches on the pickguard which gives you the traditional round and glassy tone that has made vintage Gold Foil pickups so popular. Check out the demo video below, the pickups are humbucking in the 'forward' switch position and split single coil in the 'rear' switch position.  

The floating vintage-style Strat bridge is by Kluson with stainless steel saddles and a steel trem block.

There's also CTS audio taper pots, a Sprague .047 cap and cloth covered wiring. The vintage cupcake-style HiFi knobs and lucite 'Brushed Silver' pickguard tie it all together.

Great parts and great care go into these guitars and this one comes in a hardshell case for $2,199 + Shipping. Please email me for international shipping rates.

I also take custom orders.

Demo video was recorded straight into GarageBand so no amps or pedals were used. Watch it HERE

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