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This new 66 Baritone is the coolest instrument on the planet. Large single coil in neck with Lipstick Humbucker pair in bridge. Pull on tone knob for coil tap. The Wilkinson tremolo takes it WAY over the top. Drool worthy.

Specifications

  • Reversed Double cutaway offset horn shape
  • Semi-hollow body with center block
  • Adler wood construction
  • Scale length: 29.75″
  • Fretboard Radius: 14″
  • Neck Shape: C
  • Nut: 1.65″ (graphite nut)
  • Neck Joint: Bolt-on
  • Neck Wood: Maple with double acting truss rod
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Number of frets: 22
  • Wilkinson vibrato bridge
  • Tuners: 3 on a side
  • Hardware: Nickel
  • 1 dual humbucking Lipstick® bridge pickup
  • 1 vintage style large housing single coil neck pickup
  • 1 master volume
  • 1 master tone (with push pull switch to split bridge pickup)
  • 3 way pickup switch

            ConditionB-Stock (Used)
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            Brand
            Model
            • The 66BT Baritone with Tremolo
            Finish
            • Transparent Red
            Categories
            Year
            • current
            Fretboard Material
            • Rosewood
            Body Shape
            • Double Cutaway
            Right / Left Handed
            • Right Handed
            Number of Strings
            • 6-String
            Body Type
            • Solid Body
            Offset Body
            • Yes

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