The Framus Idolmaker debuted as a Custom Shop Masterbuilt model and enriched some time later also the Teambuilt German Pro Series.
Thanks to its high popularity, the extremely attractive Framus Idolmaker will also be available as a D-Series model from 2019.
The features of the Framus D-Series Idolmaker include among others: Mahogany body with AAAA-flamed maple top, set mahogany neck with Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard, Nirvana Black Transparent High Polish finish, 22 nickel silver jumbo frets, graphite nut, Seymour Duncan SH-1n (neck) and SH-4b (bridge) pickups, volume and tone controls, 3-way pickup selector, Framus machines, Warwick Security Locks, Tune-o-matic bridge and chrome hardware. Left-handed version without surcharge. A Deluxe RockBag® is included.
The electric guitars of the brand new Framus D-Series are manufactured in China with the same high-quality requirements as the Warwick RockBass Series instruments.
The Framus D-Series electric guitars also undergo extensive final inspection, first in China and then again in Markneukirchen/Germany.
Only high-quality woods, hardware, and other parts are used for these instruments, which are based on the guitars of the Framus Teambuilt German Pro Series and the Custom Shop models. The pickups of the Framus D-Series are manufactured by Seymour Duncan / USA), the fingerboards are made of Tigerstripe Ebony, and left-handed versions are available without surcharge. Warwick Security Locks, Cleartone Strings, and a Deluxe RockBag® are all included.
For international pricing, please contact your local distributor or dealer.
Available from July.
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