Sunset I

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The Sunset Series is a combination of retro styling with modern sensibilities and sonic character. The distinctively shaped pickguard recalls the guitar design styles of a long bygone era. Its rich and resonant warm tone is ideal for a variety of musical genres and styles.

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Description

The TV Jones Classic and Classic Plus pickups on the Sunset I deliver vintage-like richness and warmth while adding modern clarity for shimmering clean sounds and sweet overdrive.
The chambered mahogany body not only reduces weight but adds a sweet airiness in the tone as well as more volume. You hear and feel more acoustic resonance with enhanced pick sensitivity. This natural and organic sonic character will be faithfully reproduced in any amplification system through the TV Jones pickups.
The Bigsby B50 allows you to employ subtle and tasteful yet highly effective vibrato effects. Whether you are playing chords or single-note lead lines, the revered Bigsby bridge will spice up your phrasing like no other bridge out there.
The rectangular white pearl inlay exudes vintage class and style.
A combination of light weight and precision engineering produces tuning accuracy as well as good looks and functionality.
Enhanced balance, stronger highs and lows, light weight, and elimination of dead spots are the immediately noticeable benefits of the innovative Nubone nut.

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Construction

Set-Neck

Body

Chambered Mahogany

Neck

Mahogany / C Shape

Fretboard

Rosewood or Jatoba Radius: 305mm (12")

Frets

22 Frets / Medium Sized / Nickel

Scale

24.75"

Tuners

Grover

Bridge

Roller bridge with Bigsby B50 Vibrato

Pickups

Neck: TV Jones Classic & Classic Plus N (Alnico) Bridge: TV Jones Classic Plus B (Alnico)

Electronics

2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3way switch

Hardware

Nickel

Strings

D'Addario EXL110

Nut Width

42mm (1.65")

Additional

Graph-Tech Nubone Nut

Inlay

Dual Rectangular

Top

Maple

Binding

Ivory

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