Along with a new edition of the Mariposa, Sterling By Music Man has unveiled its lineup of models for 2021. Highlights of the announcement are as follows:
2021 Cutlass CT50
For 2021, the Cutlass CT50 now features a roasted maple neck and locking tuners, upgrades that still see the price of the model under $500. The guitar comes with a vintage-style tremolo and an oversized 4+2 headstock, offering straight string pull. It’s also configurable with a SSS or HSS pickup arrangement, both with five-way switching.
The 2021 Cutlass CT50 comes in Toluca Lake Blue, Vintage Sunburst, Vintage Cream, Dropped Copper, Rose Gold, and Firemist Silver.
Priced at $499.99.
Jason Richardson 6 String
Jason Richardson’s signature guitar, which was previously only available as a seven-string, is now open to the more traditional guitarist. The six-string model retains the contoured lower horn for easier fret access, dual humbucking pickups with coil-tap tone control, a roasted maple neck, and a poplar burl veneer top.
Priced at $1,199.99.
This signature guitar for John Petrucci comes with an ebony fretboard, 24 stainless steel frets, and with a new eye-catching Blood Orange Burst finish. Electronics-wise, the guitar is loaded with a DiMarzio LiquiFire and a DiMarzio Crunch Lab, and also features a matte-black tremolo and deep lower cutaway for easy upper-fret access.
Priced at $849.99.
2021 Majesty MAJ200XQM
The 2021 version of John Petrucci’s Majesty signature now comes in a wavy Cerulean Paradise finish, and features an ebony fretboard, stainless steel frets, and a pair of DiMarzio LiquiFire and a DiMarzio Crunch Lab humbuckers. It’s available in both six- and seven-string configurations.
Priced at $1,399.99.
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