The radical design elements of the Galaxie 4 electric guitar may require a certain sartorial confidence on stage, but much of the guitar's strength is functional. The Galaxie 4's matching tortoise pic... Click To Read More About This Product
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The radical design elements of the Galaxie 4 electric guitar may require a certain sartorial confidence on stage, but much of the guitar's strength is functional. The Galaxie 4's matching tortoise pickguard and headstock ensemble, star inlays, and four (count 'em, four) pickups scream fun. But the angled headstock combines cool surf looks with the ability to maintain tension across the 42mm nut without the use of string trees. This is especially functional on the Galaxie 4, where it helps the tremolo stay in tune.
This lightweight poplar guitar also balances extremely well, with the neck hanging at a very comfortable angle when you're strapped in. The maple, 4-bolt neck is attached to the headstock with a luthiers' joint. The DiPinto Galaxie 4 guitar's Jaguar style tremolo maintains the guitars tuning, bending one string doesn't throw the others out of tune, and the guitar sustains well. It has a 25-1/2" scale length and a club-like shape to the neck.
If three pickups are good, four must be better! At first it might seem that the dudes at DiPinto Guitars decided to go a little nuts with the wiring set up, but, like its looks, the wiring of the Galaxie 4 electric guitar is as functional as it is freaky. The 5-way switch offers bridge pickup alone, bridge and two adjacent pickups, middle two, all four (yahoo!), or neck pickup alone. Positions 3 and 4 are hum-canceling combinations of the single coils.
These guitar pickups have plenty of punch. The bridge pickup provides a nice twang but also has enough midrange to sound good distorted. Position 2 offers a fine funk tone, and the neck pickup by itself gives enough warmth for jazz combined with plenty of bite for blues. The middle two together make a unique sound that may someday be known as the DiPinto Guitar Tone, like a single-coil neck/middle combo but with more mids.
The strength of the Galaxie 4 guitar lies in its style both visually and sonically. Take one of these on-stage and the audience will be talking about it for weeks. Onstage or in the studio, the DiPinto Galaxie 4 will give you a leg up on developing a sound of your own. At these prices they can be a welcome addition to your collection for that special sonic or stage occasion. Case sold separately.
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