Vintage expands offering at both ends of the spectrum
Vintage guitars is spreading its wings even further with new models that represent almost opposite ends of the desirable electric guitar spectrum.
The first up is Vintage’s brand new V624FRBK, appealing to the metalhead market it sports a Floyd Rose Special vibrato as well as a pair of high output Wilkinson double coil pickups.
The all black body features a slim 24 fret neck with a chamfered neck joint and deep dual cutaways provide unlimited access to a two octave range. The V624FRBK also sports a reverse headstock, completing its classic rock appearance.
Harking back to an earlier decade are Vintage’s Vintage V120 and V132, available in either a single pickup model (V120TVY) or twin pickup version (V132TVY and V132TSB) this classic single cutaway, solid body design is complemented with Wilkinson hardware throughout. The V120, available in iconic TV yellow finish, employs a single Wilkinson WP100 pickup in the bridge position, controlled by single volume and tone pots, while the V132, available in TV Yellow and Tobacco Sunburst, features a pair of Wilkinson WP90s, a three-way pickup selector switch and twin volume and tone controls.
Finally, both V120 and V132 are equipped with unbound, CITES-compliant ‘Lignum Rosa’ fingerboards, fitted with 22 frets and dot position markers, in keeping with the guitars’ stripped-back, workhorse aesthetic.
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