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San Graal ST-500 Cheyenne ’16

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Price: $1,595.00*

Condition: Used
Item Code: CMA1B.
*6.4 pounds!

Product Description

  • Canadian Spalted Maple Top natural finish on Mahogany body with confortable contours finished. Herringbone type inlay in back.
  • Medium C shape maple neck with Rosewood (Brazil) fingerboard.
  • EVO hypoallergenic Fret* installed in faux binding fret slots**, logo inlay in back.
  • Special upgraded Wilkinson bridge for sustain,
  • Engraved neck and control plate, silver color hardware and Black tuners.
  • San Graal 2 pickup configuration:
  • Neck: Sangraal Ohm series Mini Humbucker A404N
  • Bridge: Sangraal Ohm series Sangraal Ohm Single coil T303B
  • Revolutionary 5-way switch Wolftone S2XTD wiring. This new concept is designed to give you all the traditional sounds expected from a 2 pickups guitars on position 1,3,5 and let you access a much wider range on 2 and 4 position from a Piezo/Acoustic like to a slightly overdriven sounds clipping your amp gracefully. XTD stands for an additional option on the volume allowing even more range (when volume is turn down to 8 on position 2). No battery, preamp or piezo pickup, only passive electronics. Simple use on stage. This is a Sangraal Guitars exclusive feature.
  • With hardshell case
  • EVO is a metal created by the glasses industry for people allergic to nickel. It is harder than nickel and not as harsh sounding as stainless steel.
  • Faux binding is the process to cut the fret slots shy to about 1/16” on each side of the neck. That way the ends of the frets will never scratch your hand as the frets expand with temperature. It also is visually more appealing

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 17 × 44 in

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