Dear readers of The Guitar Blog, it's been above 35° C here in Vienna in the last 10 days, my brain is cooked in my skull, it must be why I have an improbable interest in this 1980s hair metal Charvel Jackson Spectrum. And since the slightest effort is painful, I will just copy-paste here what I found about it in Wikipedia:
The Spectrum guitar was inspired by a Jackson guitar custom built for Jeff Beck, and was based on a Stratocaster style body, but with a reversed pointed headstock, an early 50s Fender P-Bass-inspired pickguard, wild colors, and an active tone circuit that produced a wah effect. The three single-coil pickups were in fact stacked humbucking coils. Most of the guitars at the time were equipped with Schaller hardware, including a licensed Floyd Rose locking tremolo.
That's it for today!
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