Stream series models have one of the most recognizable designs among the guitars inspired by the legendary Gibson Firebird. It is the rounded lower bout of the body and the pronounced cutaway in the front which really make the difference. Construction-wise, not all Streams follow the classic through-body recipe, some also have set and bolt-on necks. For 2016, several Stream models are being introduced, one of them into the E-II Stream line. Its name is E-II Stream G and it will be available only in Black.
E-II Stream G comes with a single-cut body with a carved top and a generous cutaway (for an easier reach up the neck). It is made entirely of mahogany and is paired with a three-piece maple neck via a classic bolt-on joint. The fingerboard on its top is made of ebony. It features 24 XJ frets with block inlays, white binding around the edges, 1.65" nut and 12" radius.
EMG`s mighty 57 and 66 fill the bridge and neck positions, respectively. These bad boys come with a minimalistic controls unit - master volume, master tone and a three-way toggle pickup switch. Tune-o-matic bridge with a stoptial bar and a set of Gotoh tuners complete the specs list.
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