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Italia Modulo Type 3 Left-Handed Electric Guitar
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The left-handed Modulo Type 3 features an Ultra Sparkle top over an agathis tone wood body. A maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard, 2 single co...Read More
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The left-handed Modulo Type 3 features an Ultra Sparkle top over an agathis tone wood body. A maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard, 2 single coil and 1 soapbar Wilkinson pickups and a Wilkinson vibrato bridge have looks and sound to spare! Ring out chiming vintage tones or dirty things up with a roaring solo filled with breathtaking dive-bombs.
If this doesn't get you noticed, you better take a look at your wardrobe! Guitars do not come much wilder than this. Classic double cutaway layout with styling cues from planet ZOG! Try this guitar on for size and discover that under the distinctive look that is one serious guitar more than capable of holding it's own with the worlds best. Case sold separately.
- Top: Ultra Sparkle.
- Body: Center jointed Agathis tone wood.
- Neck: Maple with bound rosewood fingerboard.
- Frets: 22 med. jumbo, 25.5" scale.
- Pickups: Wilkinson design Alnico single coils & Humbucker, optional Soap-bar
- Vibrato: Wilkinson VS 50K-II.
- Tuning Keys: Wilkinson EZ Lock tuners
- Cool triangular pickguard
- Case sold separately
Out of this world style and extreme versatility. Call or click today to order.
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Comments about Italia Modulo Type 3 Left-Handed Electric Guitar:
I don't personally own one of these but I would like to. One of my good friends just got his last week and I wanted to try it out before he gutted the pickups. I've never played wilkinson pickups before but man these things were great. They were the hottest stock pickups I've ever played on a guitar under 1,000$. Gave you an amazing clean tone that you would expect from some of the higher end strats. I wasn't expecting much when I put in some distortion but I was very surprised when it pulled out some pretty ballsy sounds....it's no les paul but it's the meatiest sounding "strat-like" guitar I've ever played. The only thing I don't like about this guitar is the agathis body....definitely was hoping for a little better quality wood but hey what can you expect from a guitar under 500$. Overall a solid guitar, I expect to be getting my own very soon.