Hammacher is offering the Smallest Precision Electric Guitar at a rather big price – $799 to be exact.
At 26 1/2″ long, it is 1/6th the size of a standard guitar, yet it has 20 frets and a 1 3/4″ wide fretboard with a 12″ fret radius, so you can still practice your chords and fingering on its 20 1/4″ scale without adjusting your playing style. Its injection-molded high-impact polymer composite body is filled with billions of tiny air bubbles that reproduce the cellular structure of wood, giving the guitar the same resonant properties of hardwoods used in standard-sized guitars without the expansion and contraction associated with wood. The guitar has a dual-coil pickup that can provide either single-coil or humbucker tone, controlled by a pickup selector switch in the guitars base. It has a concentric tone and volume control, allowing you to adjust each individually. An included adjustable strap snaps into pre-formed holes in the guitars body and the side of the fretboard, allowing you to hold the guitar at your preferred height. The six tuning machines will not slip, keeping the guitar in perfect tune. Includes carrying case. Requires amplifier.
Would you pick this up for a music enthusiast this Christmas?
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