Artist TC59TSB Vintage Sunburst Electric Guitar w/ Bullbucker Pickups
Artist TC59TSB Electric Guitar with Bullbucker Pickups
The Artist TC59 Electric guitar has certainly been a long time in the development phase but as the saying goes, ''good things come to those who wait'' and the TC59 is finally here and a ''good thing'' it certainly is!
Combining vintage styling with contemporary appointments, the TC59 is a worthy addition to the Artist Guitars brand offering everything that you could want in an electric guitar without the hefty price tag.
Sporting Artist's in-house designed and manufactured ''Bull Bucker'' humbucking pickups, the range of sound possibilities that can be achieved from the '59 whether it be jazz, blues, rock or country, is quite astounding. The ''Bullbuckers'' are a fantastic pickup in their own right and are starting to make some very positive noise amongst guitar players, but when they are combined with the TC59's American Ash body and the vintage style maple neck you have an absolutely outstanding guitar package.
The modern bridge, which allows for each string's intonation to be adjusted separately, guarantees that you can set your guitar up to its optimal level - such a necessary and useful innovation these days.
To top it all off this wonderful little axe has locking machine heads that make sure that tuning is never far from perfect.
Check this little beauty out! You won't be disappointed!!!
The Tech Features
Scale Length: 648 mm / 25.5 Inches
Body Wood: American Ash
Machine Heads: Improved Locking Machine Heads
Finish: Vintage Sunburst
Neck: 22 fret Maple Fingerboard; Satin Finish; Bone Nut; Nut Width: 43mm; C-Shape Neck
Fingerboard Radius: 12'' (305mm)
Bridge: Modern Style Bridge with Brass Saddles(Individually Adjustable)
Pickups: Humbucker/Humbucker (Bullbucker pickups with Chrome Covers)
Features: 3-way switch, Coil Splitting, String Through Body, Better Wiring Shielding
Weight: 4kg - 4.5kg approx.
Optional Hardcases: REC300RC, REC350BK, REC350FTB, EC500
Optional Gig Bags: HGBAGST, BAGST