Peerless Renaissance Custom 40th Anniversary

By December 23, 20122012, New Release
Peerless Renaissance Custom 40

The Peerless Renaissance Custom 40th Anniversary comes with an archtop jazz body equipped with a double cutaway. It is made entirely of solid maple. Neck is also made of maple and it is attached to the body via the set-in joint at the 17th fret. The fingerboard is made of ebony, as it is the standard for the exclusive 40th Anniversary series of archtop guitars. 20 frets, custom 12th fret done in mother-of-pearl and 1.69″ wide bone nut complete the fingerboard. In the pickups area 40th Renaissance features a pair of active humbuckers. Split volume and tone knobs are accompanied by a three-way toggle switch.

Peerless Renaissance Custom 40

The bridge on the Peerless Renaissance Custom 40th Anniversary is a tune-o-matic – combined with an elaborately adorned trapezoid tailpiece.

Peerless Renaissance Custom 40th Anniversary features:

  • Body style: Archtop Cutaway
  • Top: solid Maple
  • Back & sides: solid
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck scale: 24.72″ (628mm)
  • Body Depth: 1.73″ (44mm)
  • Body Width: 16.14″ (410mm)
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Fingerboard inlay: Mother of pearl
  • Pickups: 2 Bare Knuckle Handwould Vintage
  • Nut: bone
  • Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 1 toggle
  • Finish: Vintage Sunburst

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One Comment

  • scott says:

    i bought this guitar yesterday from CCMUSIC to be honest this is one of the best value for money guitars you could possibly buy its beautiful and plays like butter in your fingers whether you’re into jazz funk nearly any type of music this guitar has it covered I’ve got no. 10 of only 50 made I’ve been playing through an A.E.R compact 60 a Laney VC30 112 and a HENRIKSON jazz amp and it has just blown me away how versitile this guitar is you would need to see to believe awesome guitar well worth the money if it had Gibson on the head stock you would be looking at £3500+ guitar I’ve got a Gibson ES175 and a heritage H575 + others and this guitar is better than the lot if you have any sense buy one before there all gone I’m one very happy guy

     

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