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Magnum Steel Guitars Pro Select D-10 Double 10-String Steel Guitar
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Through advanced technology and careful design, the Magnum Pedal Steel lets you concentrate on your music rather than on your instrument. A clean, un...Click To Read More About This Product
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A smartly designed, problem-free steel.
Through advanced technology and careful design, the Magnum Pedal Steel lets you concentrate on your music rather than on your instrument. A clean, uncluttered undercarriage ensures positive and responsive operation. Square crossrods and a simplified changer system keep maintenance time to a minimum. 8 pedals, 5 knee levers, Grover tuners, rock maple body, aluminum necks with Lexan fretboards, and custom-made single-coil pickups. 38 lbs.
- Rock maple body
- 24" scale
- Aluminum necks independent from bridge and nut
- Lexan fretboards for better visibility in low-light conditions
- Custom made, single coil pickups
- Grover tuners
- Accurate no-drift tuning
- High-gloss, laminate finish
- Quadruple-raise, double-lower, all-pull mechanism
- Ultrafast response
- Built-in, independent, endplate-tunable half stops
- 12-position pull adjustment for accurate balancing
- Quick-change pull system
- Precision-machined keyhead ensures perfect sustain and return to pitch
- 8 pedals
- 5 knee levers
A step-up steel that's worth every penny of its price. Order today.
Pro Select D-10 Double 10-String Steel Guitar
- 38 lbs.
56 lbs. with case
Reviewed by 2 customers
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I had the job of intonating one of these, and was actually kind of impressed for the price it is a decent pedal steel. I an a bit of a snob when it comes to instruments, and grew up around Gibson, Fender, Martin, Bigsby/Sho Bud etc. This is 33 pounds lighter than my Sho Bud Pro 3, and costs about the same as the Sho Bud did in 1978, so that in itself is a good sign, and the quality is maybe not quite as good in some respects, yet better in others. Overall it IS a GOOD PEDAL STEEL, but if you want the Les Paul of Pedal Steels at least double the price if not multiply it by 20. Yes I said 20. I have had pedal steels that are custom hand made with superb details, but $45,000. I can not see $41,000 difference in this. It is the sound, and ability to stay in tune that counts, and this has a nice sound, VERY NICE INDEED. It stays in tune quite well also, but the mechanism may be a tiny bit noisier than the Sho Buds, and some Fenders, but it usually never gets amplified. Nice instrument for a great 70s price. Peace, and break it down, and jam classic country style, Yeee haw man I love that vibe. From Handel to Hendrix to Hank Williams I love it all.
This is my first pedal steel purchase. I can say many great things about this instrument. It has a very eye appealing look, the quality of the instrument seems to be topnotch. Even though this is my first pedal steel purchase the sound is relevant to what you are playing it through however the sound is absoulutely heavenly. The technical support has been wonderful even for just in general questions about the instrument as far as the manufactuer is concerned. The biggest draw back is that you can only get the proper string guages from the manufacturer and they "aint cheap". It has a kit for raising and lowering the instrument as well for a nice price tag that goes along side. I am meticulous to details and as far as quality and sound there is not a better instrument on the market for the price in my opinion. I do not recommend getting the starter package with it... buy these things seperately. You will save money and probably get better stuff.