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Guitar One Platinum Award Winner features a 28-5/8" scale, an integrated rolling capo, and piezo/acoustic bridge for unprecedented flexibility.
The Steinberger Synapse ST-2FPA TranScale Custom Electric Guitar has a flamed maple top for killer looks. Play it open and it's a baritone, roll the built-in capo up a couple of frets and it's a normal 25-1/2" guitar. Add to this Steinberger's brilliant design features such as the tune-it-once direct-drive double-ball bridge, fold-down leg rest, and graphite-reinforced neck with ultrafast phenolic fingerboard and you've got a truly advanced and infinitely playable instrument.
Low-impedance EMG USA humbuckers offer a broader bandwidth for unique and robust tone and are mounted on stabilizers that keep them from tilting.
Improved intonation from a zero fret. Unique Steinberger Combo headpiece improves balance, ease of tuning, and tuning stability while the patented Direct-Drive double-ball bridge lets you change strings in seconds then tune up once and not have to tune again until you change strings.
Includes gig bag.
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- Cybrosonic Technology featuring an integrated graphite U-channel combined with a three-piece hard maple neck
- Flamed maple top on maple wings
- Phenolic fingerboard
- EMG USA humbuckers
- Built-in rolling capo
- 28-5/8" scale
- Direct-Drive double-ball bridge
- Fold-down leg rest
- Recessed tool holder
- Recessed output jack
- Strap hook
- Combo headpiece
- Zero fret
- Adjustable pickup stabilizers
- Takes single- or double-ball strings
- Includes gig bag
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Comments about Steinberger Synapse ST-2FPA TranScale Custom Electric Guitar:
I was absolutely amazed at the comfort of this guitar. The 81/85s ROCK. The neck is perfect. I thought the body might be small, but that is not the case. The swing out leg rest work perfectly. The transcale capo was a little loose out of the box, but easy fix.