In addition to the Custom Shop Masterbuilt and Teambuilt German Pro Series models, the outstanding Framus Artist Line Devin Townsend Stormbender will also be available as D-Series model from June 2020.
Among the features of the Framus D-Series Artist Line Devin Townsend Stormbender are: Mahogany body with AAAA flamed maple veneer top, set maple neck with tigerstripe ebony fingerboard, 22 nickel silver jumbo frets, 12” fretboard radius, dot inlays, graphite nut, 25.5” scale (648 mm), Fishman Fluence Devin Townsend Signature pickups, volume / tone (PP) control, (push/pull function on tone control selects pickup voice), pickup selector switch, Framus machine heads, Warwick S-Security Locks, Tune’o’matic bridge, .010” .046” strings, solid black high polish finish and black hardware. A RockBag® Deluxe Line gig bag is included.
The electric guitars of the Framus D-Series – also called Framus Standard Series – are manufactured in China with the same high quality standards as the instruments of the Warwick RockBass Series. The Framus D-Series electric guitars are also subjected to extensive final inspection, first in China and then again in Markneukirchen/Germany.
Available from end of June 2020.
For more information visit www.warwick.de
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