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Shredneck Dreadneck Acoustic Model - 6 Frets
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The Shredneck Practice Guitar Neck features a rosewood fingerboard, inlays, strap knobs, side dots on both sides, Shredneck tuner tips, and a gig bag...Click To Read More About This Product
A 6-fret guitar neck for technique practice anywhere.
The Shredneck Practice Guitar Neck features a rosewood fingerboard, inlays, strap knobs, side dots on both sides, Shredneck tuner tips, and a gig bag. The Shredneck is a small, portable practice tool for guitarists that provides the feel of a guitar, strings and frets. The headstock doubles as the body to provide a balanced feel. Allows guitar players to warm up anytime a guitar is not convenient - in a car, train, plane, at the office, before gigs, between sets, watching TV or in anticipation of playing guitar. Use the Shredneck to work on scales, patterns and techniques, practice chord fingerings and movements along with building and maintaining calluses. The practice neck is modeled after a standard electric guitar neck, and is also useful for acoustic guitar players. While the Shredneck is strung for right-handed guitarists, it can be easily converted for left-handed players.
The 6 Fret model is for players who prefer to mainly work on chordal aspects and “strumming.”
There is a larger picking routed located between the 6th fret and the nut (the 7th fret has been removed). However, both models can be used for either situations and is really a matter of what you think will work best for you!
- 6 frets with a large picking area, acoustic strings
- Natural wood finish, rosewood fingerboard, acoustic star inlays
- Bella logo on top, chrome hardware, gig bag and tuner tips included
Keep your technique and fingerboard knowledge sharp - regardless of where you are. Order today.