Macmull Guitars has revealed its latest model of guitar, entitled The Stinger.
The guitar comes with two hand-wound Macmull RVT P90s, controlled by a master volume and master tone control. (the latter sporting a Luxe Bumblebee Capacitor). The bolt-on maple neck is topped with a 12-inch radius fretboard and a bone nut, and completes a 25.5-inch scale length. Its truss rod is single-action, with an adjustment wheel at the neck heel. At the other end of things is a 3-saddle Macmull Ashtray-style bridge.
Macmull also notes the weight of the guitar, which comes in at under 3.5kg/7.71lbs. The lightweight, resonant body is finished with a thin coat of satin nitrocellulose, allowing the grain to subtly show through a choice of custom colours.
Other custom options include a choice of neck profiles, as well as a matching pickguard package.
The Stinger starts at $2,990. Find out more over at macmull-guitars.com.
Hear it in action with Macmull’s demo below.
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