The CR series (short for Classic Rocker) leans on the traditional all-American single-cutaway design. Its models sport 24-3/4" scales, dual humbucking pickups, 12"-radiused fingerboards, 3+3 headstocks, as well as carved tops. 2018 lineup will feature two new models - CR150 and CR300. CR150 will be one of the series` most affordable options, addressing mainly the inexperienced players and beginners. Olive Drab Satin and Silver Burst Satin make up the color palette (w/chrome hardware, black plastics, black headstocks). Main features include a solid and single-cut body made entirely of mahogany (maple top`s reserved for more expensive options, no binding, no pickguard), a mahogany neck (glued-in joint), a 22-fret jatoba fingerboard (dot inlays, 12" radius, 24.75" scale), Tune-o-Matic bridge, Classicrocker-II pickups, and vintage tuners.
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