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Supro White Holiday Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
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The White Holiday is a reproduction of the piezo- and vibrato bar-equipped fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Art Deco style with a signature blend of piezo and magnetic pickups.
The White Holiday is a reproduction of the piezo- and vibrato bar-equipped fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The White Holiday reissue mates a chambered Mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite “Acousti-glass” top. This updated construction preserves the instrument’s Art Deco aesthetics as well as the signature blend of piezo and magnetic pickups, while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.
The White Holiday’s vintage-correct tuners, vibrato bar and adjustable, piezo-equipped rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickup found in the Supro White Holiday is a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lover’s PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models.
The Supro White Holiday is acoustically loud—and this voice translates through the bridge-mounted piezo pickup, which can be used independently or blended with the magnetic Vistatone pickup. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original piezo-equipped Supro White Holiday guitar while providing today’s musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain.
The White Holiday guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.
- Body shape: Double cutaway
- Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body
- Body material: Other
- Top wood: Acousti-glass
- Body wood: Mahogany
- Body finish: Gloss
- Orientation: Right handed
- Neck shape: C
- Neck wood: Mahogany
- Joint: Bolt-on
- Scale length: 24.75 in.
- Truss rod: Standard
- Neck finish: Gloss
- Material: Rosewood
- Radius: Not specified
- Fret size: Medium jumbo
- Number of frets: 21
- Inlays: Block
- Nut width: Not specified
- Configuration: HH
- Neck: Not applicable
- Middle: Not applicable
- Bridge: Supro Vistatone
- Brand: Supro
- Active or passive pickups: Passive
- Series or parallel: Series
- Piezo: Yes
- Active EQ: No
- Special electronics: '50s wiring
- Control layout: Master volume, volume 1, tone 1, Piezo volume & tone
- Pickup switch: 3-way
- Coil tap or split: No
- Kill switch: No
- Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato
- Bridge design: Rosewood
- Tailpiece: Vibrato
- Tuning machines: Supro style
- Color: Chrome
- Number of strings: 6-string
- Special features: Electronics
- Case: Sold separately
- Accessories: Adjustment tools
- Country of origin: China
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- Unexpected and unintentional spills, drops and cracks
- Normal wear and tear
- Power surges
- Dust, internal heat and humidity
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- Shipping fees covered if required for repair or replacement
- Plans are transferable in the event merchandise is sold
- Plans are renewable on new gear
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Great dirty growl when blending the two p-ups
- case or bag extra
- fret edges needed a tune up
Comments about Supro White Holiday Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar:
I bought this to add something a bit different. Wasn't looking for an acoustic sound from piezo (and you won't get one). I kicked the piezo up and then added the mag until it sounded good with a bit of overdrive. Really easy to get a great tone. Aside from the fret end finish, I'm pleased. You'll notice noise from the piezo when you hit the pickguard but everything sounds good when playing. I use a 68 Deluxe Reverb pushed a bit with a BB drive. Video on the site captures tone fairly well.
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