Sire Left S7 Larry Carlton Electric Guitar Antique White S7L/AWH
Continuing their impressive collaboration with Marcus Miller in the realm of bass, Sire has now joined forces with jazz fusion icon Larry Carlton to introduce their interpretation of the iconic S-style guitar, known as the S7. Sire instruments are known for their exceptional specifications offered at attractive price points, and the S7 maintains this tradition. It includes a roasted maple neck, an 'Edgeless' fretboard with a smooth rolled edge, and versatile Super-ST pickups tailored to match Larry Carlton's specific tonal preferences. SKU: S7L/AWH
The S7 seamlessly blends modern design and timeless elegance. It features an Alder body with a bolt-on roasted hard Maple neck, a technique skillfully executed by Sire, also known as "baking," which enhances the wood's durability by eliminating imperfections.
Its top boasts a matching 9.5-inch radius roasted Maple fretboard with medium jumbo frets, providing a contemporary, luxurious playing experience. The addition of smoothly rolled fretboard edges elevates the S7's playability to a level that feels like it should command a price four times higher.
The S7 impresses with its top-tier hardware. Premium locking tuners ensure precise tuning stability, even when employing the Modern tremolo bridge for expressive effects. The traditional bone nut reduces friction, allowing the strings to glide smoothly and return to pitch accurately.
Sire's Super-ST pickup set was meticulously crafted to meet Larry Carlton's exacting tonal requirements. These pickups excel in delivering exceptional clarity and a bright, treble-rich sparkle. The H/S/S configuration, widely considered the most versatile pickup arrangement, empowers the Sire S7 to produce dynamic, clean tones and expressive leads at the neck, as well as punchy rhythms at the bridge. Mixing in the middle single-coil pickup adds nuanced and characterful tonal variations. Furthermore, the push/push volume knob enables the coil-tap function for achieving a single-coil sound from the bridge humbucker.
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