Lindo Guitars have taken their LDG-7 model more upmarket with the new LDG-7X. The LDG-7X is designed in the UK by Lindo Guitars in Bristol and pushes the 7-string guitar concept even further with its clever use of woods and unique appearance…

The neck and fretboard are satin-finished maple which is ideal for quick chord-changes and solos across the breadth of the fretboard. The medium frets will suit all playing styles and with a fixed string-through bridge and 18:1 ratio machine-heads – alternate and drop tuning is a breeze.

The gloss-finish Tilia (better known as Basswood) body is deep enough to ensure great sustain but carved in the right places to ensure player comfort and easy access to the 24th fret at the neck heel. The contrasting quilted Maple veneer, which is finished in a semi-transparent turquoise burst, with the gunmetal grey-finished hardware and cream body binding adds an ultra-modern feel to this guitar.

Along with the high-quality tonewoods used across the LDG-7X, the high-quality components and CNC-wound pickups produce extremely bright clean tones – as well as very dynamic and focused distorted tones.

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  • Body material: Tilia (Basswood)
  • Top material: quilted Maple
  • Item Weight: 3.5 Kg
  • Dimensions: 106.4 x 16 x 9 cm
  • Body contour: carved belly cut
  • Binding: cream
  • Neck material: Canadian Hardrock Maple
  • Neck construction: bolt-on with tapered neck-heel
  • Fretboard material: Maple with satin finish
  • Frets: 24 medium
  • Scale length: 25.5″ / 648mm
  • Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
  • Pickups: CNC-wound hot-output humbuckers
  • Pickup configuration: HH
  • Hardware: gun-metal grey
  • Controls: 1 x volume, 1 x tone, 3-way pickup selector
  • Bridge: string-through Tune-o-matic
  • Tuners: black nickel 18:1 gear ratio
  • Number of strings: 7
  • String gauge: Medium
  • String Material: Steel
  • Colour: semi-transparent turquoise burst
  • Country manufactured: Vietnam

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