Apache series of electric guitars is made for players who prefer autonomy over anything else.Two models, which currently make up the series roster come with some very cool built-in features not seen often on electric guitars. Apache I features a vintage teardrop shape similar to A-style mandolin. It comes with four color options: Sunburst, Red, Blue and White. All are finished in high gloss. Hardware is plated in chrome and scale measures 24" in length. Body is solid and made of basswood. Construction-wise, it is made to support extensive electronics section. Bridge is a regular hardtail with six adjustable saddles. There is only one pickup, a single coil in the neck position. Controls include volume and tone knobs. Extended electronics include an actual amp with belonging equalizer and overdrive button. This amp is equipped with a pair of 3" Vox speakers. Also, it has a set of 66 rhythm patterns it can play to accompany player in tempos reaching from 40 to 240. Neck is made of hard rock maple and it is topped with a rosewood-made fingerboard. 22 frets and white dot position inlays complete the fingerboard specs. This model will be featured on Vox booth at the summer NAMM Show in 2012.
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