Liggett Guitars are truly one-of-a-kind pieces and this abstracT Semi Hollow is no exception. Before we get to the design of this guitar, we must talk about the brilliant tone and resonance this guitar delivers. The Maple top adds tons of sustain and bite pairing perfectly with the Swamp Ash body. The design is inspired by suprematism, a Russian art movement. This guitar has incredible inlay work and a completely unique shape. But it's still a guitar! The playability is second to none. When you pick it up, it feels completely comfortable. The body shape sits perfectly and the cutaway adds the right amount of access to the higher frets. This particular guitar has 2 Lollar 50s wound P90s. The neck pickup is slightly angled giving this position a far more balanced tone between the high and low notes. If you want a killer sounding guitar that plays beautifully but you need something different than the rest of your collection, Liggett is the way to go.

Specs:

Model: abstracT semi hollow
Body Wood: Swamp Ash
Top Wood: Flame Maple
Finish Color: Whiskey Burst
Neck Wood: Roasted Maple
Fingerboard Wood: Ebony
Neck Finish: Satin
Scale Length: 25.5"
Neck Shape: Medium C
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Nut Width: 1 11/16"
Frets: Evo Medium Frets
Inlays: 12th Fret Abstract Inlay
Hardware Color: Brass
Tuners: Gotoh
Bridge: Brass T Short Bridge
Neck Pickup: Lollar 50s P90
Bridge Pickup: Lollar 50s P90
Knobs: Volume, tone
Switching: 3-way
Strings: 10-46
Case: Hardshell
Condition: New

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • abstracT Semi Hollow
Finish
  • Whiskey Burst
Made In
  • United States

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