Black Cherry Burst B-Classic One


Custom-select system™ specs:

Body – 1 3/4” alder wood
Body style – flat top, black top edge binding
Body Finish – soft gloss nitro
Neck – maple
Neck Finish – soft gloss nitro
Neck Profile – modern ‘c’ shape
Neck radius – 10 to 16 inch compound
Scale Length – 25.5 inch
Fingerboard – rosewood
Frets – 22 medium jumbo
Inlay Dots – white
Nut – graphtech® Tusq xl
Tuners – belltone® lockers inline 6
Bridge Pickup – tv jones black classic plus
Neck Pickup – tv jones black supertron
Pickguard – deco streamline red tortoise
Bridge – ‘devil’s tail’™ t-style aluminum
saddles – brass swivel locking
Control Plate – signature p-style angle switch
Control Knobs – ‘Tall-Boy’™ solid brass nickel
Approximate Weight – 8.5 lbs
Case – signature Belltone® custom hardshell




The B-Classic One model is our take on the ‘single-cutaway’ traditional body style with our signature ‘pear’ shape silhouette. Solid Alder wood flat top and back with 3/8′ height topside binding. Rounded back edges with 1 3/4″ body thickness. Tapered neck pocket for easy access to higher frets. PICKUPS: *Classic Plus-Bridge … Bridge … Like a classic filtertron character but with more attitude, the TV Classic Plus is wound with thinner gauge wire providing slightly rounder top-end and touch of more output. Many players desire a Filter’Tron that has “more” to it’s sound … this pickup fills that need very well. SuperTron – Neck … The TV Jones Super’Tron is a replica of the original early 1960’s prototype design. It is basically a TV Classic with steel blades instead of pole screws and the resulting tone retains classic Filter’tron clarity, but with a bold and full broadband punch. The steel blades used in the Super’Tron provide a larger magnetized surface area producing greater inductance and you will notice a little more output and body with a slightly more accentuated lower-mid range. Warmer and less aggressive than the mid 1960’s Gretsch Super’Trons.

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