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Vault TL1 Telecaster Style Electric Guitar
The Vault TL1 Telecaster Style Electric Guitar is sure to stand out among other instruments in your collection. The chrome plating on the guitar's hardware ensures corrosion resistance and immense durability. The body of the guitar is constructed out of basswood, which imparts adequate stiffness. This tonewood variety produces clean tones with well-defined treble notes. The rosewood construction of the fretboard provides warm, mellow tones. Rosewood contains a number of oily pores that absorb all undesirable overtones.The maple neck produces bright tones with tight lows. Maple is resistant to climatic changes and guarantees longevity. As a result, you obtain sounds rich in fundamentals. This guitar is equipped with an Humbucker-Singlecoil pickup system, which offers versatile playability for a wide range of applications.
Double Action Truss Rod
Vault guitars use a double action truss rod, which is only available in high-end guitars from Ibanez, Fender, PRS and the likes. It offers the advantage of adjusting the guitar for humid as well as dry climates. The truss rod can be tightened in both directions and the reverse warp dreaded by guitarists, which causes string buzzing, can easily be fixed.
Humbucker-Singlecoil Pickup System
Low-noise high-output pickups designed by Seymour Duncan which give you exemplarily sound. Humbucker Bridge Pickup and Singlecoil neck Pickup construction gives a wide range of tone outputs, 3-Way Pickup selector gives a versatile combination. All pickups come with saddle adjustment screws.
High-quality chrome-plated nickel die cast tuners with a 16:1 tuning ratio, which allows for fine-tuning your instrument. These tuners are only found in high-end guitars.
Jumbo frets used in Vault are only found in premium guitars. Jumbo frets are made with a thicker gauge wire, and consequently the top of the fret is further away from the fretboard. Advantages include- you can get your fretting-hand fingers further down in the gap to the side of the string, allowing you to put sideward pressure on the string more easily.
Fixed Bridge Construction
The fixed hardtail bridge provides tuning stability and a solid focused sound as well as facilitating easier and faster string changes for the player learning the ins and outs of the instrument.