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The latest design to join the line-up of ZZRyder Guitars is the Renegade V6. This model features a 24.75" scale, set maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard, offset marks, a mass loaded compact headstock with chrome back plate, a basswood Flying V body, a flat top, multi-ply binding, a quad rail humbucker bridge and dual rail humbucker center, and a string through body bridge plate.
The Renegade V6V also features a Floyd Rose type vibrato tailpiece with tremolo and locking nut.
For more information, visit their web site at www.zzryder.com