The Redwood RT1 is designed to deliver vintage guitar tone and feel into the hands of new players. With it's classic shape and premium components, the Redwood RT1 is an exceptional instrument for beginners or intermediate players.
Classic Alder Body
The Redwood RT1 body has been crafted using alder, a lightweight tonewood that is favoured due to its balanced timbre and comfortable playing feel. The vintage body shape combines is comfortable and has a supportive resting position for the picking arm. The deep cutaway design encourages greater access to the upper frets to guarantee total freedom across the neck.
Wide neck design
Fitted to the body via a bolt-on neck joint, is a strong maple neck. The neck is shaped to a wide, slim profile to create a generous playing area that is accommodating and fast playing. The finish allows you to navigate across the strings nice and smoothly, whilst preventing tackiness from impeding your movement.
The Redwood RT1 is equipped with pickups in the bridge and neck positions. Control comes in the form of a master volume pot, a master tone pot, and a five-way pickup selector switch. The range of tones that can be pulled from this set-up will impress all, translating the expressive character of the alder with depth and dexterity, you won't be disappointed by the roaring power of that this guitar can generate.
The headstock is home to hardworking sealed die-cast tuning machines, which dutifully uphold tuning integrity throughout each and every performance. Fitted to the body is a bridge that will deliver excellent intonation and thus give you a great playing experience every time you pick the Redwood RT1 up.
Manufacturer Redwood Model RT1 Electric Guitar Body Material Alder Neck Material Maple Neck Joint Bolt-on Fingerboard Material Rosewood Strings D'Addario Position Inlays Dots Pickup Config. HS Active/Passive Passive Controls Master Volume Master Tone 5-Way Pickup Selector Switch Tuning Machines Sealed Die-Cast Hardware Finish Chrome Finish White
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