Charvel Prashant Aswani Pro-Mod So-Cal PA28 Electric Guitar, Inca Silver

$ 1399.99

Description

Renowned guitarist, producer and songwriter Prashant Aswani has long mesmerized audiences with his distinctive guitar voice, which combines a hard-hitting, aggressive playing style with unique phrasing, unbridled passion and spontaneity. Known as the “guru of groove,” Aswani has honed his technical chops across almost every imaginable genre, from mainstream hard rock, pop and soul to more eclectic international fare. In addition to recording his own acclaimed solo albums and soundtracks, Aswani’s impressive repertoire includes touring and recording with artists such as Greg Howe, Christina Milian, Justin Timberlake, Jose Pasillas (Incubus), Rhonda Smith (Prince) and Ronu Majumdar.

Product Features

  • 25.5” scale length
  • Alder body with scalloped lower back bout
  • Shredder’s cut heel
  • Bolt-on maple neck with graphite reinforcement and hand-rubbed satin urethane back finish
  • 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard with rolled edges, 22 jumbo frets and cream dot inlays
  • Luminlay® side dots
  • Heel-mount truss rod adjustment wheel
  • 42 mm Graph Tech® TUSQ® XL nut
  • Charvel® PA28 humbucking pickups with white covers
  • Five-way blade pickup switch and skirted Strat®-style volume and tone controls with Dunlop® Super Pots
  • Wilkinson® WVS 130 CR 2-point locking tremolo bridge with pop-in arm
  • Charvel-branded sealed die-cast staggered locking tuning machines and standard strap buttons
  • Available in an Inca Silver thin-skin nitro lacquer finish with parchment pickguard, chrome hardware and licensed Fender® Strat® color matched headstock with his PA28 signature on the back

Attributes

  • Type: Solid Body Electric Guitar
  • Color: Inca Silver
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
  • Top Wood: N/A
  • Bridge: Locking Tremolo
  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Body Material: Alder
  • Body Style: Double Cut
  • Model Name: Prashant Aswani Signature Pro-Mod So-Cal PA28
  • Bag or Case Included?: No