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This instrument is no. 8 in a series of Korina Tulsa proofs—each one being slightly different. This example features a flamed korina back and a highly figured maple top. The rosewood fingerboard is marked with pearl dots and a full “Claw” inlay at the 12th fret. Side markers are genuine mother of pearl. This guitar has the first generation control cavity, which is fully shielded with defense contractor-grade nickel RF shield paint. A single volume and one tone control (utilizing a vintage Sprague Black capacitor from Jol’s stash!
German carve figured maple over figured korina body and neck (upgrades) with stunning hand-rubbed violin lacquer finish in amberburst nitro. Nickel hardware including a 30 gram aluminum wraparound bridge. 25.5″ compensated scale. 7 lbs/9 oz.
A bonus—the knobs go to eleven.
• Figured Korina body and neck upgrade
• Rosewood fingerboard
• 12” fingerboard radius
• 25.5” compensated scale
• Abalone and pearl Claw 12th fret inlay
• 1.650” nut width
• 22 EVO “gold” long-wearing frets
• Vintage V-shape neck carve
• Nickel hardware
• Wraparound aluminum locking bridge (30 gram)
• Ultra light Sperzel locking tuners
• Volume, tone contour, 3-way toggle
• Bournes pots with custom taper
• Treble retention circuit
• Vintage Sprague Black Beauty capacitor
• Defense contractor-grade shielding
• Switchcraft toggle
• Seth Lover humbucking pickups
• Nitro-shellac “violin” finish
• Custom form fit case