Bunting Alice EP, Vintage Sunburst
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The Alice EP is Bunting's take on the legendary workhorse that is the Jr style guitar. With a shorter 24.5" scale length and a single pickup, what you put in really is what you get out with this inspiring instrument, though of course aided by stellar playability and tonal response!
Made up out of Mahogany for the body in traditional Jr style, with a bolt on Bosnian Maple neck and Rosewood Fretboard, simplicity really is key in nailing the sound and feel of those iconic instruments.
The Bosnian Maple neck has a gorgeous flame to it and a great carve, with the Rosewood board providing a very smooth and comfortable platform for hours of playing.
The single Wolfetone P90 in the Alice EP provides a deceptively wide range of tones when coupled with the high quality, vintage style Emerson CTS Pro Volume and Tone Potentiometers and Paper-in-oil Caps. Everything from twangy, lively cleans through to grunting saturated rhythm and screaming leads is accessible right at your fingertips and ready to jump out of the instrument.
This awesome instrument comes in a Hiscox Hardshell Case.
- Body – Mahogany
- Neck – Bosnian Maple
- Fingerboard – Rosewood or Hard Maple is an option
- Pickup – P-90 (Wolfetone)
- Potentiometers – Emerson CTS Pro Master Volume & Tone
- Capacitor – Emerson Paper-in-oil
- Bridge – Half T bridge with intonated saddels
- Tuners – Gotoh open back
- Body – Our own “raw finish” recipe, oil and shellac base *
- Neck – Oil finish
- Scale: 24.5″
- Fingerboard radius: 10″
- Nut: Hand cut bone to 43mm width
- Case: Hiscox hard shell
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Every guitar comes with a 72-hour appraisal period so if you're not satisfied you can return the instrument to us
Bunting Guitars is a labor of love, focusing on creating their vision of electric guitars and basses. These are passionately handcrafted by six hard-working hands, one instrument at a time, at Bunting’s rural workshop in Israel.