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January 16, 2005
New from Mike Lull is the TX, constructed with a solid Swamp Ash or Alder body with a 22 fret, bolt on neck. The TX has a 1-11/16" nut width, 12" fingerboard radius combined with a shallow "C" profile. A contoured neck heal gives the player easy access to the upper register. Maple and Rosewood fingerboards are available.
The electronics use custom wound Lindy Fralin Hybrid pickups along with a volume, tone and a standard three way switch. Vintage style tuners and a traditional single ply pickguard are combined with a vintage style bridge. The bridge has three brass compensated saddles for correct intonation and the ultimate "Vintage Tone".
Mike Lull offers a variety of options and finishes on the TX.
For more information, visit their web site at www.mikelull.com