NAMM 2010: Peavey debuts Predator Plus EXP Stoptail electric guitar
15th Jan 2010 | 15:05
Multi-adjustable bridge, string-through-body design
PRESS RELEASE: Peavey proudly introduces the Predator Plus EXP Stoptail electric guitar, a new string-through-body version of the popular electric guitar. The Predator Plus EXP is also available with a Floyd Rose tremolo bridge.
The Predator Plus EXP Stoptail features a multi-adjustable bridge and string-through-body design and a slightly longer upper cutaway than most double-cutaway guitars, giving it a clean design and opening up access to the upper fretboard.
The Predator includes two humbucking pickups, a three-way toggle switch, master volume and a master tone control with a coil tap that changes both pickups from humbuckers to single coils.
The new Predator guitar is available in solid and transparent finishes with black hardware and binding around the guitar body. Finishes include gloss black, candy apple red, topaz blue, transparent purple flame top, transparent amber flame top and transparent black flame top.
25 1/2" scale
Two humbucking pickups with coil tap
Three-way switching selector
Six in-line, sealed die-cast tuners
Master volume and tone controls
Binding on body
Available in gloss black, candy apple red, topaz blue, transparent purple flame top, transparent amber flame top and transparent black flame top
For more information, visit Peavey's official site
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