Agile AS-820 2TS Flame Left Handed

Agile AS-820 2TS Flame Left

A True South Paw Semi-Hollow Guitar with Center Block!

  • This guitar features a true jazz semi hollow body with full body, neck, and headstock binding
  • The guitar has a natural spruce top with maple back and sides
  • Die-cast chrome Grover tuners with 18-1 ratio for ultra fine tuning
  • Set-in maple neck with graphite nut
  • Rosewood fretboard with 22 jumbo frets (2.7 mm) and large pearloid block inlays
  • All chrome hardware with stop bar tail piece
  • The AS-820 is equipt with two ceramic humbucker pickups
  • Sound is controlled via two volume and two tone controls (speed knobs) and a 3 way pickup selector switch
  • Measurements

  • Overall length, including the strap button: 42"
  • Scale length: 24 3/4 "
  • Width of the neck at the nut: 1 5/8"
  • Width of the neck at the 22nd fret: 2 3/16"
  • Width at the widest point: 15 1/4"
  • Body thickness at edge: 1 3/4"
  • Weight: only 7 1/2 pounds

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    Dear Kurt, I just wanted to thank you for getting this incredible red finished AS 820 guitar to me as soon as you did. I told the sales fellow that it would be wonderful if I get it before my son's brthday. You did even better, you got it there a day before. He ( and I ) are very happy with the guitar. It plays great and the thing looks incredible. Your sales staff is the best. They were very courteous and answered all of my questions thoroughly and with great patience.My son keeps telling me , " Dad, I can't believe you got this for me". You have made a young boy ( and his Dad) very happy.Nice job. You are what everyone out there has said about you, simply the best. Now it's my turn to order the ax that I want ( birthday coming up soon!!!). Thanks again Jon Arnow 6-2006