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ASI Sustainiac ( Gloss White)

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2015-01-29)
Price : US $ 1700

ASI Sustainiac ( Gloss White) ASI Sustainiac ( Gloss White) ASI Sustainiac ( Gloss White)

This is one of my favorite guitars and the one I reach for. This guitar performs well for all types of music in every range from brilliant strat sound to heavy metal to creamy blues. Pickups are virtually noiseless and great for direct recording. The neck is thin and body cutaway allows for high note access. Rear of body is contoured for comfort. The electronics deliver infinite sustain at flip of a switch. This guitar has one volume and one push/pull tone control, three independant switches for three pickup positions. The two extra toggle switches are for the sustainiac circuit. One switch is ON/OFF and the other is a 3-way switch allows for high, medium and low harmonics. When sustainiac is ON the three pickup switches are disabled. This guitar is well kept and in original condition with ASI sustainiac gig bag. I am very fortunate to own it.

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Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2015-01-29)

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Tyler McKinnon said...
I have the Floyd Rose cavity routed out and have everything together now all we need is the paint!

Tyler McKinnon said...
The guitar body and neck is completely sanded down and has contours around the cutaways and sides. the guitar will be ready to send in for paint in a little while. I will eventually upload images of the before and after stages. The guitar is coming along very well and will hopefully turn out decent.

Tyler McKinnon said...
I have the same guitar! My father found it in our closet a while back and is in poor condition. I am looking to restore it by putting a Floyd Rose double locking tremolo on it by removing the battery container on the back and filling it with wood. we will hopefully be able to put a set of EMG pickups on the guitar (one humbucker, and two single coil). The original plan was to paint the guitar over with a glossy black finish and an abalone trim on the body and headstock. The guitar will take some time but will have a great outcome in the end.