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Revved up retro.
Designed to be flashy and versatile, the Mach IV-T electric guitar offers more than just eye appeal; it doles out a good variety of tones and boasts good workmanship. A flipped over body, sweet finish, pearloid and chrome components, and groovy racing stripes (except on the all-white model) make it look like a cross between a '50s dining set and a classic sports car. The star-shaped inlays match the pearloid overlays nicely. The bridge is adjustable for intonation, and the tremolo tailpiece is great for surfin' solos.
The construction is good, with a tight four-bolt neck joint and lustrous finish. The electronics assembly and components are solid, especially for an instrument in this price range. The tone controls and output jack are grounded via a metal-foil plate attached to the pickguard's underside, and the Mach IV-T guitar is quiet.
Basic in its tone-shaping components -- a tone knobs, a volume knob, and pickup selector -- the Mach IV is surprisingly versatile. The neck-pickup is placed at an angle only about 3/8" away from the end of the slanted fingerboard, yielding a good variety of sounds. The Mach IV guitar sounds slightly boxy with a prominent midrange and grinding top end. Blending pickups results in a full-bodied tone that works well in many styles.
The Mach IV-T by DiPinto Guitars is the perfect 'attitude guitar' for surf, punk, or just about anything that requires being noticed. Flashy? You bet. Good-sounding? That too. Make sure your chops and wardrobe are up to it, you're going to be in the spotlight.
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Comments about DiPinto Mach IV-T Electric Guitar:
Just got this bad boy, and boy is it a looker. I had to replace the tuner machines becasue I tried tighten one and it snapped (not to sturdy). I bought some grovers and with very liltle modification, I was done. Its beefy and when you put it on you can feel it's weight, put some 12-52 strings on it and it chimes. The best part of the guitar I have discoverd is the tremelo. I tried it once and found myself wanting to try it more and more. This was the first time I had really used a tremelo and I can't get enough of how great the trem action is on this unit. I have a Reverend Club King HB with a Bigsby and never quite liked how slow that trem was. This trem is like what is on a Fender Jaguar and man is it responsive, great for that surfy stuff. This is a steal. I am going to get me a Belvedere next.