Dean Scott Weiland Exotica Acoustic-Electric GuitarProduct #H73792 Dean H73792 ACA 6 String Acoustic-Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Solid tone woods, fast neck, and B-Band electonics make this the performer's choice.
Scott Weiland has a style all his own. It's only natural that Dean would produce an acoustic/electric with Scott's signature. This special guitar has upgrades and features that Scott requested to make it ideal for the performing musician.
With a solid sitka spruce top and a solid rosewood body, the tone from the Scott Weiland Exotica Acoustic-Electric Guitar is focused and bright. The set mahogany neck has a slim C profile and 25-1/4" scale that combine to make this guitar extremely comfortable for those accustomed to electric guitars. Playability is further guaranteed with a body cutaway that allows access to the upper fingerboard. Amenities include rosewood fingerboard, pearl block inlays, abalone body binding, grover tuners, and B-Band electronics.
B-Band A3TY - 4-band EQ with Tuner
The A3TY retains the simple and small features that are big on sound and intuitiveness. The compact preamp has a 4-band rotary EQ, low battery LED and a wide range chromatic tuner. The EQ provides quick and accurate changes. The chromatic tuner is fast and has a range that will be welcomed buy players that want to tune a full step down from standard – great for open tunings! The tuner's read-out shows all notes, including sharps, great for standard and open tunings. The tuner has a single window showing the pitch and four LEDs showing the half step, sharp, flat and in-tune. 9-volt battery powered HZZLess circuit.
- Solid Sitka spruce Top
- Solid Rosewood Body
- 25-1/4" Scale
- Set Mahogany Slim C Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Pearl Block Inlays
- Grover GH109 Tuners
- Gold Hardware
- B-Band A3TY Preamp w/ Tuner
Experience great sound and playability with Scott's signature guitar. Order today.