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First in the USA: a 3D printed guitar with 76 pickup tones

24 June 2013

AweSome Musical Instruments has released the first commercially available US-manufactured 3D printed guitar - the AWE-3DG - described as 'unbreakable'.

The 3D printed AWE-3DG guitar from AweSome Musical Instruments

The AWE-3DG comes standard with two T V Jones Power'Tron humbucker pickups and uses that company's T4-Switch to give a wide range of 76 pickup tones.

It is available in its natural white body finish, though customers can have their instrument body painted to their specifications. Although hollow, the body is designed to appear similar to an LP-style solid body instrument and is appropriately reinforced in the neck-to-bridge area.

AweSome reports that it has been overwhelmed with orders, so there is a waiting list for this instrument of around eight to ten weeks. 

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