Cutaway - P90s - Cedar Of Lebanon
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Soft V Neck Shape
Our «Soft V» neck profile is inspired by a vintage acoustic neck, solid yet comfortable, to retain our trademark «parlor» feel and facilitate the thumb fretting techniques.
Each pickup is wound by hand with AWG42 lacquered enamel copper wire, powered by in-house cast AlNiCo II and AlNiCo V magnets and covered by our handmade brass covers.
Solid Cedar Of Lebanon
Sometimes luck is on our side, like when we found an incredible stash of Cedar of Lebanon, stored just in the surrounding of our workshop. It was like the wood was patiently waiting for us. The Cedar of Lebanon is a sweet, delicate sounding wood, with warm rounded trebles and a special acoustic tonal quality.
The Little Sister, Cedar of Lebanon Cutaway
Cedrus libani or Lebanon cedar has been known since the dawn of history as a strong and luxuriant tree. It is mentioned in various ancient texts, including several references in the Bible. King Solomon used this species of cedar to build the Temple in Jerusalem. The Hebrew prophet Isaiah used the Lebanon cedar as a metaphor for the pride of the world, and as a symbol of the righteous.Show More
We nitpick the old-growth timber for the tops and refine it to a rustic soundboard. When paired with the chambered mahogany body of the Little Sister, the result is a unique blend of sweetness, warmth,and delicacy. The Little Sister, Cedar of Lebanon has the most acoustic-like tonal quality out of all our electric line of products. The cutaway version allows for better stylistic versatility, with open access to the top of the fretboard. At first, the Cedar of Lebanon may appear as the most delicate sounding Little Sister, but add a little dirt, and it is the ultimate blues machine.For a true vintage electric experience, the control layout has a Volume knob for each pickup and a Tone master control.This arrangement allows for infinite shades of blending between the two hand wound P90 pickups so that the player can find his own voice, as well as to ‘solo' each pickup. To top it off, the vintage 50s wiring enables a true and clear tone. The Cedar of Lebanon looks as unique as it sounds. Treated with a natural aniline dye, and finished with hand-rubbed shellac coating, for the thinnest, lightest and most resonant finish possible. Milled from a solid block of brass, the hardware is unlacquered and pre-aged naturally, for a unique, tasteful patina and an unmistakable vintage feel.Show Less