Klein Style Headless Ergonomic Solid Body Electric Guitar.
Condition is Used (by me only).

It's not a Steve Klein original but it's not over four grand either!
This lot is for a solid body guitar, custom designed.
Based on the original Steve Klein ergonomic model played by Andy Summers.
Can be played equally comfortably sat on either thigh or standing.Weight is at body end bringing neck up for easier fretting.
One piece sapele hardwood body (smells gorgeous). Maple neck.
Rosewood fingerboard.
Strat profile neck
JCustom FX bridge (same as one used on some of the Allan Holdsworth Carvin guitars)
Pickups: Alegree Humid Tropics custom handwound pickups:

Push pull pots for coil taps
Copper shielded cavity for electronics

Pet and smoke free home.Local collection available.
Contact for overseas postage, quoted rate indicative.
Am including a case I built for free as there are a few fixed tears on the covering.

Weight: 3.1kg Very light! 6.9lbs

Case ~81cm by 38cm
Guitar~76cm by 36cm
Scale: 25.5"

Width at nut: 42mm

Thickness at 1st fret: ~22mm

Thickness at 12th fret: ~23mm

I have another couple of these approaching completion, please feel
free to contact me directly.
Courier costs are indicative. If enquiring from outside the UK please contact me directly to discuss rates.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • Own
  • Klein
  • Natural
  • 2019
Made In
  • United Kingdom

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