McPherson 3.0 XP - Highly Figured Sapelle/Adirondack

McPherson 3.0 XP - Highly Figured Sapelle/Adirondack Item #3.0xp

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Have you ever spent time with a wonderful McPherson Guitar? If not, this is your chance, and we promise you will not be disappointed! Here's a model 3.0 XP, featuring some spectacular woods and incredible build quality. Mint condition. No scratches, dents, dings, modifications, or repairs. The frets look perfect and unplayed. Not only is this an incredible sounding instrument, but it also plays great, looks gorgeous, and has a feel that you simply have to experience. Born 12-13-2012. It features highly figured sapelle back and sides: sonically a lot like mahogany. By the way, "highly figured" is an understatement! You can get lost in the 3-D look of this wood. Waterfalls! And the top is a beautiful example of the "holy grail" of top woods: Adirondack Spruce. A lot of headroom. The harder you play, the louder it can get. The body tapers to 3.0 inch depth at the lower bout. This probably helps to explain the obvious presence and richness of the bass without it being overwhelming. The action up and down the neck is perfect: low and comfortable without any buzz. BIG tone here. Punchy and powerful, yet totally balanced over the entire neck, with fantastic sustain. The L.R. Baggs pickup and the soundhole-mounted volume control just top off this instrument and its appointments. Can you tell that I am crazy about this guitar?

This guitar would currently sell for $14,700. Grab it now for a fraction of that cost!

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5 lbs, 4 oz.
Adirondack Spruce Top
Highly Figured Sapelle Back and Sides
Mahogany Neck with Indian Rosewood Binding
Ebony Fretboard
Indian Rosewood Body Binding
Gold EVO Frets
25.5" Scale Length
1 3/4" Width at Nut
11-1/8" Upper Bout, 10-1/8" Waist, 16" Lower Bout
3.0" Body Depth
14" Fretboard Radius
Ebony Bridge and Indian Rosewood Headcap
L.R. Baggs Element Active Electronics
Schaller Tuners
Custom Crafted Case by Ameritage