Tom Anderson T Classic Contour Shorty - Tinted Natural with Hard Shell Case

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Anderson Guitarworks T Classic Contour Shorty - Tinted Natural with G&G Hard Shell Case

Having won Guitar Player Magazine's "Tele Shoot Out" in 1993, the T-Classic holds its ground as an archetype in the T-Style universe, and it's abundantly clear that Anderson Guitarworks honors the tradition. 

This Tinted Natural "Shorty" at 24.75" boasts an alder contoured body and an Even-Taper +.030  caramel maple neck (and fingerboard).  The wedge neck pocket provides more contact area between neck & body and literally locks the neck in place.

Twenty-two medium-jumbo frets lead you from Anderson locking tuners to an Anderson PH 1 Soapbar style pickup at the neck for rich, full (but never bloated) tone, abetted by a TF 3 at the bridge for hum-cancelling single-coil tone... think full-bodied with lush, sweet highs, all accessible with five-way switching at the T-plate. 

Throw in the Buzz Feiten tuning system and you've got all that coveted, ripping "T" tone with exemplary intonation. Another exceptional example of what AGW is capable of.... but don't take our word for it... come try for yourself! 

 

***As always, this guitar ships fully insured with signature required.***

 

 

MAKE:

Anderson Guitarworks

MODEL:

T Classic Contour Shorty

NUMBER OF STRINGS:

6

LEFT/RIGHT HANDED:

Right

SCALE LENGTH:

24.75”

TOP WOOD:

Alder

BODY WOOD:

Alder

FINISH:

Tinted Natural 

NECK WOOD:

Caramel Maple

NECK SHAPE:

Even Taper +.030

FINGERBOARD/FRETBOARD

Caramel Maple

INLAY:

Black Dot

NUT WIDTH:

1 11/16" 

TUNERS:

Anderson Locking

HARDWARE:

Chrome

NUMBER OF FRETS:

22 Medium Jumbo

FRETBOARD RADIUS:

12-14"

BRIDGE STYLE:

Anderson Fixed

PICKUPS:

Bridge: Anderson TF3

Neck: Anderson PH1

SWITCHING:

5-Way T-Plate

PICKGUARD:

Black

CONTROL KNOBS:

1 x Master Volume 

1 x Master Tone

INCLUDED ACCESSORIES:

G&G Hard Shell Case