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  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket
  • Atomic Retro Customs Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket

Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket

$2,375.00
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Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket

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This is a 2011 Atomic Retro Customs Red Rocket w hard shell case. This is a T Style guitar with Sperzel Trim-lok tuners. The body is chambered mahogany with a wenge bookmatched top, wenge and leopardwood covers, and is double bound with flame maple and checker purfling. The neck is flame maple with a paduak fingerboard, white mother of pearl fret markers and clay side dots. The neck is a soft V profile. The nut is 1 and 11/16" graph-tech. Neck also has machine bolts with threaded inserts, double acting truss rod in heel, and a 10" radius. The finish is vintage tint nitro on the neck, and "burnt bronze" on the sides and back of the body. The pickups are Peter Florence made "Voodoo TE60" tele set, with staggered poles and a copper bottom plate with hand wound 60's coil pattern. They are wired for volume and tone controls with paper-in-oil tone capacitor on the 4-way switch. The bridge is a Joe Barden vintage style tele bridge with offset brass barrels, and a solid aircraft grade aluminum string retainer bar for incredible sustain.
This guitar was very well taken care of, so it is in excellent shape. It plays incredible well, with nice low action, and the strings ring out clearly across the board. The pickups have that classic sound with twangy sweetness and massive mounds of harmonics. All in all a ridiculously nice guitar.

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