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The Forshage GT

Everyone loves that famous Single cutaway bolt on solidbody guitar from Fullerton, Califonia.  The GT is my version.  In my mind there is very old school race car about that design. Stripped down, form follows function with few accomodations for human comfort;-)  I do 2 versions: one with the hard corners associated with the original design, another with rounded contours for a more comfortable playing experience.  As usual there is infinite room for customization so don't be afraid to ask.  The following specs are just default settings.

Swamp Ash or Alder solid body, roasted +$100

Maple Bolt on Neck with maple or rosewood board, Brazilian+$100
25.34” scale
22 fret, stainless 6105
Compound 10”-14” radius

Lollar ’52 Pickups
Gotoh 3 saddle bridge, string through body
There are trem options, please inquire

Nitrocellulose laquer on the body, hand rubbed Tru-oil finish on the neck