- Jan 12, 2011
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You're probably right, they are referring to the color as sixties cherry. Pretty confusing naming convention though, as most people think specs and neck shape when discussing 50s vs 60s. I don't think this is a Sweetwater exclusive though as I've seen the listing on other retailers' sites. I'm not familiar with T-Type PUPs at all, though. Does anyone have knowledge or experience with these?Beautiful guitar. Is it possible they mean the color is "sixties Cherry"? They say right in the description it has a '50's neck. "And as a central feature, it features a satisfyingly rounded C neck profile that harkens back to Gibson’s vaunted instruments of the late 1950s". But it has T-Top pickups. It's a Sweetwater thing I think. They do stuff like this a lot..
I do like the guitar quite a bit, but I'm partial to the vintage sunburst option. I'm on the list to be notified when Sweetwater gets more of these in.
Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar with Maple/Poplar Body, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Vintage Burst