Dellinger-CA VW [Christopher Amott] - Discontinued 2013

  • Photograph: Fotograf Adde

    The Caparison Christopher Amott Dellinger-CA VW (Vintage White) model has a distinctly vintage look but with all the attributes that you would expect from a modern boutique quality instrument.

    The beautiful Vintage White gloss finish is perfectly complimented by the Chrome hardware and bridge pickup mounting ring and the unique Art Deco inspired fingerboard inlays really sets this guitar apart.

    Dimarzio pickups mounted onto a solid Mahogany body helps bring out the full rich sonic qualities of the guitar. The Dellinger-CA VW has a single volume control, placed further away from the normal position, and no tone control to give you more bite, presence and drives your amp a little harder.

  • General
    Model Name: Dellinger-CA VW
    (Vintage White)
    Body
    Body Shape: Dellinger
    Body Material: Mahogany
    Bridge: Schaller S-FRT II
    Neck
    Neck Joint: Bolt-On
    Neck Material: Hard Maple
    Neck Grip: Caparison
    Fingerboard Material: Ebony With White Binding
    Fingerboard Radius: R350 to R400
    Scale Length:
    648mm (25 1/2")
    Nut Width: 42mm
    No. Of Frets: 24
    Fret Type: Jumbo
    Nut: Schaller R2 Locking Nut
    Position Inlay: Special Inlay
    Head
    Headstock: Devil's Tail With "Christopher Amott" Signature, White Binding
    Head Angle: 15 Degrees
    Machine Heads: Gotoh SG381-07 H.A.P.
    Electronics
    Pickup:  
    Neck Position
    Center Position
    Bridge Position
    DiMarzio Air NortonS
    DiMarzio True Velvet
    DiMarzio LiquiFire with Chrome plating Mount Ring
    Controls: Master Volume (CTS)
    5-Way Lever Switch
    Finish
    Head Top: Vintage White (Gloss Finish)
    Neck Finish: Oil Finish
    Body Finish: Vintage White (Gloss Finish)
    Hardware: Chrome
    Miscellaneous
    Tuning: C
    Strings*: .010-.052
    Included Accessories
    Case/Gig Bag: Hard Case (CAG-1)





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    *The strings supplied are not necessarily the same as those used by the artist.