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First Act Lola CE120 Electric Guitar - Metallic Black

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Product Description

This First Act 'Lola' CE120 Electric Guitar in metallic black features sweet lines with a big rock bite! It has a beveled single cutaway body shape designed in First Act's Studio for Artists, featuring solid balance and great high fret access. The solid basswood body produces a rich and warm sound, and the North American maple bolt-on neck features an Indonesian rosewood fingerboard with standard 6mm dot inlays and graphite nut. This Guitar also features a single Alnico V magnet vintage-style humbucking pickups with crisp clean sound and warm distortion. The headstock is tilted 3 + 3 to maximize sustain and has chrome diecast tuning machines for accurate tuning. The strings through the body feature the proprietary First Act String Retainer system with a low profile bridge for maximum sustain and tonal reproduction. This Electric Guitar also features chrome-dome volume and tone knobs for quick and easy access to sound tweaks. This great Electric Guitar also makes a rockin' gift!First Act 'Lola' CE120 Electric Guitar in Metallic BlackFeatures Beveled Single Cutaway Basswood BodyNorth American Maple Bolt-On Neck with Indonesian Rosewood FingerboardSingle Alnico V Magnet Vintage-Style Humbucking PickupChrome-Dome Volume and Tone Knobs

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B000OT94X6
  • Item model number: B000OT94X6
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,107 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at March 24, 2007

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I was looking for a First Act Nickelodeon Sponge Bob guitar for my grandson around Christmas time. Unable to find one anywhere I went to First Act's website. They are out of stock too! While browsing their website I looked around their guitar section just to check out their offerings. Since I own a First Act Garage Master guitar I'm familiar with the quality and sound. I had seen their Lola and Sheena custom guitars before but not the lower end model. When I saw the Lola CE120 AND the advertised price I was floored! "It can't be" I thought. They had the guitar listed, and still do; at $79.99 plus shipping. I thought it was a misprint but and all three available colors the price was the same. I read the description about the item and it's made of a basswood body with thru-the-body strings, maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. It has a single humbucker pickup with Alnico V magnets, and separate tone and volume chrome bubble knobs and sealed chrome tuning machine heads. All this for $79.99. I figured, "what the heck. Let's order one." Since I ordered right around Christmas time and selected normal shipping, the guitar arrived the first week of January. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of this guitar. I see them listed for three to four times the price I paid and even at those prices this guitar is well worth the money. I took it out of the box and checked the tuning and I was ready to go. The factory setup was superb! The action, and intonation were right on. The sound is somewhat in between a Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson LP. Funky, crunchy tones with classic rock and oldies. Roy Orbison's Pretty Woman, The Beatles Day Tripper, and Wild Cherry's Play that funky music sound just like the artists intended it to sound.Read more ›
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