Since it was originally introduced in 1975, the Destroyer has become an icon of that era’s chapter in rock n’ roll history. Over the years it has undergone many incarnations and the perennial classic returns once again.
The body and neck of both guitars are made of a tight Mahogany for maximum resonance. The bound Rosewood fingerboard is adorned with Jumbo frets. The Destroyer also features Sure Grip III control knobs for no-slip control. It’s not called the Destroyer for nothing.
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The Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay guitar pays homage to the vintage styling and cosmetic appeal of the original Music Man models. Updated vintage spec electronics, super smooth modern tremolo system, and lightweight African mahogany body are welcome refinements to these new modern renditions.
Oversized 4 over 2 headstock with straight string pull for superior tuning stability and flawless craftsmanship throughout make these new modern classics a perfect culmination of old world aesthetics and styling with modern design and playability.
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Ebony Fingerboard, Sunburst, Bigsby® Tailpiece
The G6117T-HT Anniversary™ is beautifully reminiscent of the early-’60s Anniversary™ models.
Features include single-cutaway bound hollow body with arched top, three-piece rock maple neck, bound ebony fingerboard with Neo Classic™ «thumbnail» inlays, dual Hilo’Tron™ single-coil pickups, three-position pickup switch, three-position master tone switch, silver plexi pickguard, black headstock overlay with chrome Anniversary plate, Grover® Sta-Tite™ tuners, Space Control™ bridge and Bigsby® B6C vibrato tailpiece.
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