Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Electra X-730 MPC

Back to vintage rarities, with the Electra X-730 MPC (we've seen already the 720 version), a guitar that comprises two changeable on-board effects modules (Modular Powered Circuits). At first sight, it has the serious  pro look of the Japanese guitars of the 1970s but it has many unusual details - from the abalone inlays to the knobs in line, via the stoptail, the selector, the pickguard...

Bertram D

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  1. A friend of mine has one of these guitars, and it plays really well. The different modules are pretty cool, too. Here's a link to the different modules: http://www.rivercityamps.com/electra/modules.php

    1. I KICK myself for having gotten rid of my '74 Electra LP knock off. It was super sweet, stayed in tune under virtually all playing conditions and the PU's were HOT. But... I had to have a Strat..!

      Now it's too late. The evil that we know.

  2. I had one of these and it was OK playing.. Action was low but it hung on a strap funny, and I didn't like it.



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