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Maestro by Gibson Electric Guitar Starter Package, Vintage Sunburst

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The Maestro Single Cutaway Electric Pack is a model based on a patented Gibson design that dates back to 1952, the earliest days of the modern electric guitar. With the help of its versatile sound and some of the greatest musicians in the last 55 years, this timeless design has created new genres of music and countless hits.

Product Features

  • This classic single cutaway body shape is made of Linden and has a maple veneer.
  • The bolt on neck is made of maple with a natural satin finish. The fingerboard is rosewood with dot inlays.
  • With chrome hardware, this guitar has a wrap-around tailpiece with black speed knobs and one screaming humbucker pickup.
  • NOTE: Kindly refer the User Manual from the Technical Specification before use which is highly recommended.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Perfect guitar for beginners!! This is a great beginner guitar. I knew that with the respect Gibson gives their instruments, this couldn’t be a bad choice. After being drawn back and forth from the Les Paul model, I decided that this would be my first guitar, with the idea that something of that quality needs to learn to be respected. You can expect to tune probably every other time you play, but beginners should learn to tune before every time before playing just to train their ears. I give this guitar 4 stars because…

Anonymous says:

Nice for the price! I was looking for an inexpensive electric guitar. Saw this for only $81 plus free shipping from Amazon. Looks, feels, and sounds great! Came with everything a beginner needs to get started. A small portable amp, guitar to amp cable, picks, and a strap. Plus an instructionaI CD. Can’t beat it at the price I paid, although the day after I recieved it the price jumped up over $140. Glad I grabbed it when I did. The only issue I found so far is keeping it tuned. Goes out of tune easy. Thinking…

Anonymous says:

I like this guitar a lot

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