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Bartlett Korina Retrospec Natural

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Bartlett Korina Retrospec Natural
• Model: Korina Retro
• Body Wood: One-Piece Korina
• Neck Wood: Genuine Mahogany Single Piece Neck With ‘Ears’
• Neck Profile: Rounded ’59 profile (.872" @ 1st Fret, .985" @12th Fret)
• Fingerboard: CITES Certified Brazilian Rosewood
• Scale Length: 24 ¾"
• Radius: 12"
• Frets: Medium (.095" x .045"), 22
• Inlays: Cellulose Nitrate Inlays
• Nut: Nylon 1.720"
• Tuners: Kluson
• Bridge: Faber® Tune-o-Matic Bridge and Stop-Bar Tailpiece with 1"- Long Steel Studs
• Pickguard: W/B/W 3-Ply
• Pickups: Throbak SLE-101
• Controls: 2-Tone, 2-Volume Controls With 3-Way Selector Switch
• Finish: Natural, Super Thin Non-Plasticized Nitrocellulose
• Case: G&G Custom Hardshell Case
• Weight: 8 lbs 11 oz
• Observations: Single Action Vintage Style Truss Rod, Set Neck, Hide Glue Construction, Bartlett Cab M-69 Pickup Rings, 500K Volume And Tone Pots, Hand Made Bumblebee Caps, Gold Silkscreen, Aniline Dye
• Handmade In Toronto - Canada
"Bartlett Guitars is a small boutique electric guitar company based outside of Toronto, Canada. Our goal is to bring the finest hand made instruments to players from around the world.
We build our guitars in very limited batches ensuring each unique instrument gets the attention it deserves, from lumber selection to buffing out the finish – each task is treated as a unique circumstance requiring special attention. These guitars are everything but production instruments.

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