Easy to play electric guitar, perfect for the beginner or intermediate player
Light weight American alder body
P90 pickups for that classic vintage sound
Canadian maple neck
Adjustable truss rod in neck to offset alterations caused by changes in humidity, temperature, or new strings
Bridge with six saddles to adjust string height, radius, and intonation
Man that is one awesome guitar. I can't imagine them getting any better than this. It's just amazing what kind of quality you can get at that price point. I mean what could the more expensive ones have that this hasn't got?
Well I'm glad I got mine it's got great tone and the action is superb even the pickups and tremolo are adjusted correctly. Do you guys set them up or do they come that way from the factory? I'm really impressed. Makes you wonder about Fender and all these other big companies scoffing up tremendous amounts of good wood simply because they can and building all their guitars on cnc machines and just have a luthier standing around in case something goes wrong.
I know the big brand guitars can't be much better hell they're probably made in the same factory for that matter yet their guitars are priced through the ceiling. Thank you SX for making a guitar that's professional quality at a much more affordable price.
I received the new guitar today. It is wonderful. Setup out of the box is nearly perfect. It plays and sounds excellent. As usual, the woods used are of the highest quality with excellent tone and sustain. The P90 pickups put the tele-style guitar in a new realm of tones, and it just looks right. I believe the tailpiece assembly is pretty much the same as what Fender uses on the Bullet Squier Hardtail Strats, but they don't bother to route the strings through the body as SX did on this one. Very nice. The fretwork is very professional, and the fretboard has an unusual and very beautiful grain that seems to stand up in the light. It was a little odd that the tophat for the pickup switch that was included is black, instead of white like the pickguard. But that looks good in its own way. The finish is flawless as usual. Personally, I like the fretboard radius on these much better than the 9 inch radius Fender uses on most Telecasters. No complaints at all on this guitar. It's ready for the stage or the studio.
Question: Some of the Furrian Alder models have letters in their title and I wonder what they stand for. Can you please enlighten me?
Answer: Sure! "SSS" means that there are three single coil pickups. "HH" means that there are two humbuckers. "BPG" indicates that the pickguard is black. "BI" means that the guitar has binding.
Question: I received my instrument and there is some fret buzz. What do I do?
Answer: Your guitar was set up and buzz free when it was shipped. However the neck may have moved during shipment. This video should help: Set Up Tips.
Question: What is your return policy for this item?
Answer: See our detailed policy by clicking on "Return Policy" on the right side of the home page.