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Shredneck Classneck (CN7-NAT-CH)
Shredneck Classneck
Shredneck Dreadneck (DN7-NAT-GH)
Shredneck Dreadneck
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"The greatest guitar shredders of all time weren't born legends. They knew that in order to be the best, they had to work on their craft day and night until it was absolutely flawless. The simple truth is that everyone is capable of aspiring to greatness. Practice really does make perfect, and thanks to innovative ideas like the Shredneck, you'll be rocking out on the world's biggest stages before you know it. The Shredneck is a compact practice tool that provides players with the feel of a guitar and its strings. Modeled after the first 7 frets of a standard electric guitar, the Shredneck is a great way to stay on top of your scales, patterns and finger movements, and it also comes in a wide range of styles for both right and left handed performers. Shrednecks roster of famous musicians is continuously growing, and currently includes metalheads ranging from Mike Orlando and Zakk Wylde to Jimi Bell and ZP Theart. One of the Shredneck company's biggest sellers is the Jason Becker Signature Practice guitar neck. A true guitar innovator, Jason's signature Shredneck is modeled after the same headstock that he's so well-known for. Shredneck also offers bass models, and the Shredneck Bassneck features a rosewood fingerboard, dot inlays, and also comes with thumb rest wings, along with a recessed finger-picking route between the 7th fret and nut. Whether you're backstage before a set, watching TV, or travelling by train or plane, Shredneck was created for one simple reason: To give players a simple and portable warm-up alternative that is designed to be used whenever a regular guitar is not accessible. For musicians who are constantly on the road, Shredneck is incredibly handy. No doubt, when you're ready to shift your hammer ons and pull offs into overdrive, then look no further than Shredneck."