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Malden Guitars Introduces Utopia Model

Drawing on designs of the 50's for inspiration, Malden's Utopia is constructed with a basswood body, bolt-on maple neck, rosewood fretboard, and three single coil pickups.

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Malden Introduces Retro-Styled Utopia Guitar

March 15, 2004

Fashioned after the utopian era of guitar building, but with an obvious twist, the Utopia is in many ways reminiscent of late 50's styling.

The Utopia features basswood body, a bolt-on 25.5" maple neck with color-matching headstock, rosewood fretboard and 21 narrow and tall frets. Electronics consist of three very melodic Alnico V single coil pickups, one volume knob, tone control, and a 5-way pickup selector.

Available in Candy Apple Red, Daphne Blue and Ocean Turquoise, the Utopia retails at $499.00.

For more information, visit their web site at www.maldenguitars.com.

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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