V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE
V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE
V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE
V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE
V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE
V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE

V6JMH STRAT TYPE OLYMPIA WHITE

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V6JMH FILLMORE JIMI HENDRIX TYPE

The Vintage ReIssued Series V6JMH combines the very best of time-served aesthetics and forward-thinking design ingenuity to summon up six-string voodoo.

A left hand neck and inverted Wilkinson Alnico V WVS pickups give the guitar both a characteristic appearance and a distinctive tonal combination, with more bass in the bridge pickup and a greater treble attack in the neck pickup compared to a standard pickup configuration.

The Wilkinson vibrato bridge, meanwhile, features an innovative stagger-drilled block which radically improves the guitar's intonation, whilst maintaining incredible return-to-pitch accuracy.

Whether you're searching for your first guitar or your last, every member of the Vintage ReIssued Series is a keeper. Play on.

V6JMH Features:

Body:
American Alder body provides resonance, tone and ‘correct weight’ comfort, enhanced with correctly radiused contoured body.

Vibrato:
The Wilkinson WVC vibrato bridge featured on the Vintage V6 is a masterpiece of detail. Positive location, 6 screw design provides return to pitch accuracy; perpendicular bend, high grade steel saddles enhance tonality and ‘snap’. Ground base plate corner provides authentic looks. Stagger drilled cast block significantly enhances return to pitch accuracy and classic vintage tone. The ‘push-in’ delrin-bushed arm with variable tension provides the arm feel that suits your style.

Pickups:
Trio of Wilkinson WVS Single Coils provide a range of traditional tones.

Controls:
Single master Volume control with Tone control 1 for the neck pickup, and ‘Custom Mod' Tone control 2 for both the middle and bridge pickup. Five-way selector switch.

Machine heads:
Wilkinson WJ55 E-Z-Lok machine heads provide simple, effective action for maximum tuning stability.

Neck:
Hard rock Maple with classic Vintage ‘soft C’ profile for instant comfort, speed, accuracy and great feel.

Fingerboard:
Rosewood for outstanding tonal transfer, responsiveness and durability with a traditional 10” radius for superb playability and feel.

Scale Length:
25.5" / 648mm.

Frets:
22 Medium profile frets add to comfort, accuracy and overall positive feel of the Vintage V6JMH.

Nut:
43mm Graphtech nut, smooth and friction free.

Headstock:
Classic Vintage headstock design for balance and visual appeal.

The V6™ is an original Vintage® ReIssued Series guitar, designed and created by Trev Wilkinson and the UK Vintage design team.

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