The Music Man Albert Lee SSS Electric Guitar with Tremolo Bridge has a unique design that looks great and is incredibly comfortable to play. This signature gem rules at belting out Albert's raucous sm... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Music Man Albert Lee SSS Electric Guitar with Tremolo Bridge has a unique design that looks great and is incredibly comfortable to play. This signature gem rules at belting out Albert's raucous smooth rockabilly style, but also gives you the option of great sounding acoustic guitar tones. The Music Man Albert Lee guitar boasts a southern ash body and a full 25-1/2" scale length.
The electric guitar's maple neck has a hand-rubbed finish for increased comfort and is secured by a special sculpted 5-bolt joint that lets you effortlessly play all the way up the maple fingerboard. The Albert Lee guitar's vintage tremolo of chrome plated, hardened steel with bent steel saddles adds superior resonance and sustain while reliable Schaller M6-IND locking tuners will never let you down.
The Music Man Albert Lee electric guitar is loaded with a trio of Seymour Duncan custom wound single coil pickups and the exclusive Music Man "Silent Circuit" that reduces hum and retains true single-coil sound. A 5-way blade switch offers plenty of flexibility to generate all the great tones you'll want. This Music Man Signature guitar is as smooth, versatile, and unique as the artist it is named for. Includes case.
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Comments about Ernie Ball Music Man Albert Lee SSS Electric Guitar with Tremolo Bridge:
I picked up one these in pearl white and I've simply been blown away. I set the tremolo to float and set it up for my preferred strings and it was good to go. This guitar has the best neck of any guitar I've ever owned, the oil and wax finish never feels sticky or slows you down in any way. Fit and finish are perfect as is the cut of the nut and the fret work. The neck and middle pickup are classic stratocaster sounds, but the bridge reminds me more of a 60's style telecaster pickup. The in between positions have all the "quack" you could ever need. I would put this guitar head and shoulders above any production Fender out today and highly recommend it.
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