The T486 is another very classic design that stays close to its roots.  With an even c neck profile and an ebony fingerboard, this guitar is very comfortable.  The Seymour Duncan pickups are smooth and supple with plenty of depth.  The whole body is laminated figured maple for a beautiful look. Coming with a hardshell case, this guitar really is an amazing value and a great instrument!

• Make: Eastman

• Model: T486-RD

• Top Wood: Deluxe Flamed Maple Laminate

• Body Wood: Deluxe Flamed Maple Laminate

• Neck Wood: Maple

• Fingerboard: Ebony

• Fingerboard Inlay: Pearl Split Block Parallelogram

• Radius: 12"

• Scale Length: 24.75"

• Nut Material: Bone

• Color: Red

• Pickups: Seymour Duncan Jazz & '59

• Bridge: Gotoh Tuneomatic GE103B-T-N

• Case: Hardshell Case

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It is our belief that the right instrument can be truly inspirational. If you have ever experienced the bond that can occur with the right guitar, you understand what we are all about. We pride ourselves in having the finest instruments around and treat each one with the realization that it is someone's dream guitar.

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • T486-RD Thinline Archtop Double Cutaway
Finish
  • Red
Categories
Made In
  • China
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Type
  • Semi-hollow Body
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony

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Righteous Guitars

Roswell, GA, United States
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