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Tommy Detamore


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Floresville, Texas
Post  Posted 16 Jan 2022 2:07 pm    
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This is a cherryburst Prestige Musician Pro CS double-cutaway guitar in immaculate condition. Prestige Guitars, LTD is a Canadian-based company that specializes in building instruments using premium tonewoods and quality hardware.

What is special about this guitar is that it has a 25 1/2" Fender-style scale, which inherently gives it more sustain that the typical 24 3/4" Gibson-style scale found on 335's and the like.

It comes with the stock TKL-made Prestige case hard case in excellent condition.

Price is $950.00 shipped anywhere in the lower 48.





















Description and specifications:

The Musician Pro Double Cutaway is a hard tail, double cut version of our Musician Pro. A thin line semi-hollow, the “Pro DC” features a unique chambered center block design which cuts down the weight by leaving the balance of the body chamber open. Coupled with an arched top and back, this allows for more acoustic airspace resulting in more open tones. The 25 1⁄2” scale length gives this guitar a much tighter feel while allowing the strings to ring through and sustain much longer versus a traditional 24 3⁄4” scale guitar. The Pro DC features all chrome hardware including a pair of Seymour Duncan Humbuckers, to give you a complete tonal range but with all the bite and gain you can hope for.

Specifications:

Body: Thinline Semi Hollow
Top: Arched Maple
Back: Arched Maple
Center Block: Chambered
Neck: Solid Mahogany, C shaped
Scale: 25 1/2”
Fingerboard: Pau Ferro
Frets: 20
Radius: 14”
Width at first fret: 1.75”
Neck Thickness at first fret: 0.85”
Neck Width at 12th fret: 2”
Neck Thickness at 12th fret: .95”
Nut: 1 11/16” TUSQ XL Nut
Inlays: Mother of Pearl Rectangle
Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Humbucker - SH 1-59
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Humbucker - SH4-JB
Bridge: TonePros Tune-omatic TPFP Bridge and Saddle
Tuners: Grover 18:1
Hardware: Chrome
Finish: Cherry Burst
Upper Bout: 12”
Waist: 9.75”
Lower Bout: 16”
Body Depth: 2”
Average weight: 8.4 lbs
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Tommy Detamore
Quilter Labs, Goodrich Sound, and Source Audio Authorized Dealer

www.cherryridgestudio.com
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Willis Vanderberg


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Petoskey Mi
Post  Posted 23 Jan 2022 3:42 am    
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You guitar pickers are missing the boat here.
I have had top of the line Gibsons, Guild, Fender, and this guitar will stand right up there with them all.
The price is way low for this quality instrument.
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Tommy Detamore


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Floresville, Texas
Post  Posted 23 Jan 2022 2:13 pm    
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Thanks for the kind words Willis. It really is a nice instrument. I am inclined to keep it actually...
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www.cherryridgestudio.com
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Tommy Detamore


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Post  Posted 2 Feb 2022 8:08 am    
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GROUNDHOG DAY BUMP! Make me an offer I can't refuse Wink
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www.cherryridgestudio.com
www.steelguitartracksonline.com
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