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Presenting the V-Hawk Elite

Inspired by the grandiose North American bird of pray, this new V-shaped beauty, will surely take your playing to a new level, built with the lead player in mind.

The Japanese-made V-Hawk Elite, features an ultra-thin neck, unique Chameleon finishes that change color with viewing angle, EMG 81, Gotoh tremolo and tuners, a smooth heel joint and a lower body cutaway to provide full access to higher frets. All enhanced by the patented Fernandes Sustainer.

Available in Chameleon Purple and Chameleon Green finishes (color changes with viewing angle).

V-HAWK ELITE Specs:

  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany, Set Neck Through
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood, 25 1/2″ Scale
  • 24 Jumbo Frets
  • 14″ Radius
  • Abalone Off-Set Dot Inlays
  • Nut: Gotoh Locking 1 5/8″
  • Tuning Gears: Gotoh Die Cast
  • Bridge: Gotoh Floyd Rose Licensed Tremolo
  • Features: FERNANDES SUSTAINER SYSTEM
  • Controls: 3-Way Toggle Switch, SUSTAINER ON/OFF & Mode Switches, 1 Volume
  • Pickups: Neck : SUSTAINER, Bridge : EMG-81
  • Colors: Chameleon Purple, Chameleon Green

The new V-HAWK trademark shape is also available in Deluxe and X guitar series, information available at
http://fernandesguitars.com/products/guitars/v-hawk.html

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