New Suhr Classic S Vintage Limited Edition range announced. In the world of guitars, the allure of vintage instruments is something guitarists are attracted to. But if you need modern playability, vintage isn’t going to cut it. This could be your solution.
Suhr Classic S Vintage Limited Edition
The Suhr Classic S Vintage is designed to capture the essence of vintage guitars. It boasts a 3-piece alder body, a roasted maple neck, and an Indian rosewood fretboard with nickel frets and aged clay dot markers.
What’s more, the 9-12″ compound radius fretboard ensures effortless playability across the entire neck, giving you the freedom to explore your musical creativity.
– Neck: The Roasted Flame Maple neck with an Indian Rosewood fretboard features an oil finish and a 60’s Vintage Standard profile. With dimensions of .810″-.930″ and a 1.650″ nut width, it’s designed for both comfort and playability.
– Body: The Alder body, finished with lacquer and a touch of light aging, adds to the vintage aesthetic.
The heart of the Classic S Vintage lies in its pickups. It features a Suhr V63+ in the neck and middle positions, along with a Suhr SSV in the bridge.
This combination ensures you don’t have to compromise between vintage vibes and modern playability. This limited edition bridges the gap, allowing you to explore the timeless tones of the past while enjoying the comfort and precision of today.
– Suhr V63+ (Aged Green) in the neck and middle positions.
– Suhr SSV (Black) in the bridge.
The Classic S Vintage comes with a Push-Push Tone Knob that splits the bridge pickup, adding versatility to your tonal options.
Choose from a variety of finishes, including Charcoal Frost, Firemist Gold, Firemist Silver, Candy Apple Red, Lake Placid Blue, Seafoam Green, Daphne Blue, and Fiesta Red.
MSRP – $3,549
Guitar Bomb Verdict
The Suhr Classic S Vintage Limited Edition models look interesting. Though we would probably have preferred a one-piece or two-piece alder body. They do have a vintage look to them, and if you like that style, but require a more modern specification, then these models bridge that gap nicely.