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September 29, 2004
STHAC Guitars announced the introduction of a new model to the line of electric guitars - the Virtuoso 7-string.
Constructed using a 12mm Solid Maple Top (soft and smooth carved-top with 2 cutways allow easy access to the higher frets) and 1-piece Solid US Alder back with a AAA hard-rock flamed US Maple neck and a and deep black 24-fret, 25.5" scale African Ebony fingerboard, the Virtuoso 7 is really designed for lead/shredder guitar players and for intensive gigs.
Electronics include 2 DiMarzio pickups - the AirNorton 7 and Evolution 7 - with three-way switching, volume, and tone controls. The guitar also features a Floyd-Rose Original 7 tremolo.
The Virtuoso 7 is available in Blue, Red, White and Black finishes, as well as with custom artwork, such as the Virtuoso 7 Oceane.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sthacguitars.com