Honduran Mahogany, Brazilian rosewood, a one-piece Eastern maple top, and European boxwood binding with a fine lined purfling make for an exceptional version of one of the classic guitars. Add to that an unparalelled passive control system for a variety of new tones and you have the perfect studio players guitar.
2013 Myka Brazilian Classic #166
Top: One-piece Eastern maple
Body and Neck: Honduran Mahogany
Fretboard, Tailpiece, Knobs, Pickups Rings, Truss Rod cover: Brazilian Rosewood
Headstock veneers: Amboyna Burl
Binding: European boxwood with fine black-white-black purfling
Weight: 8lbs 1oz
Scale Length: 24.625"
Fretboard radius: 12"
Nut Width: 1.680"
Neck carve: C-carve .830" - .960"
Fretwire: Jescar .047" tall by .095" wide
Bridge: TonePros tune-o-matic with Myka string through tailpiece
Pickups: Sheptone Humbuckers
Switching: Volume, Tone, 5-way Coil Configurator per pickup, 5-way pickup selector:
5-way Pickup Selector Switching:
2. Neck and Bridge in Series
3. Neck and Bridge in Parallel
4. Neck and Bridge in Series Out-Of-Phase
5-way Coil Configurator Switching:
1. South Coil
2. North Coil
3. Humbucker in Series
4. Humbucker in Series Out-Of-Phase
5. Humbucker in Parallel
Logo: Mother of Pearl
Inlay: Mother of Pearl
Side dots: Mother of Pearl surrounded by ebony
Tuning Keys: Waverly tuners
Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer with dye burst on top, satin nitrocellulose on back and neck