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1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK w/ hardshell case

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-10-13)
Price : US $726.63



1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case 1998 Gibson BLUESHAWK  w/ hardshell case


You are bidding on a used 1998 Gibson Blueshawk. It is in very good condition -- the only noticeable flaw being on the back of the headstock (pictured below). Blueshawks were discontinued in 2006 and are becoming harder to find. It is in perfect working condition and had a full set up a few months ago. A hardshell case is also included

The Blueshawk has 18 different pickup combinations thanks to varitone circuitry. I've included a brief article about how varitone circuitry works, along with the manufacturer's specs:

 The
Varitone circuit is a 'notch' filter that uses a range of capacitors to
achieve a reduction in frequencies at set points within the BluesHawk's
overall frequency spectrum. As the varitone control is rotated from
position 1 to position 6 the centre frequency(f0)
of the filter shifts from higher to lower frequencies. Figure 1 below
demonstrates the type of frequency response that is created by the
varitone - see also frequency response curve.

The effect of the varitone circuit at different positions
Position 1 : Bypass (no effect)Position 2 : -5dB at f0=1875 HzPosition 3 : -6dB at f0=1090 HzPosition 4 : -7dB at f0=650 HzPosition 5 : -10dB at f0=350 HzPosition 6 : -14dB at f0=130 Hzmulti-capacitor package at the
heart of the
Varitone
Which Varitone position is which? - position
number 1 is the most anti-clockwise (looking at the front of the
guitar) - number 6 is therefore the most clockwise position. In
position 6 treble/highs are strongly emphasised. In position 1 the
varitone gives you


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-10-13)



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