ALU-SG MKIV FOR SELL
Tuned in drop A
Doom Sludge machine
Model: Alu-SG MKIV- #006
Body: One piece Mahogany Swietenia AAA
Finish: Shellac Semi-Satin light aged.
Neck: G1 Aluminium neck through - C Profile 20mm thick all way through - new structure - light weight
Fretboard: AAA Ebony Gabon
Frets: 22 Jumbo 18% Silver Nickel
Radius: 12 Inches
Inlays: Brass dots 7mm
Side inlays: Ebony Dots 2,5mm
Tuners: Gotoh SG301
Bridge: Mastery Bridge M9.2
Electronic: CTS 500A Potentiometers - 022 Orange Drop Caps - Switchcraft Jack output and Toggle Switch 3 Ways.
Pickups: Neck HBG 10.9KΩ - Bridge HBG - 13.7KΩ
Pickguard: WBW 3 ply.
Strings: 14-68 D’Addario
CUSTOM ORDERS ARE
CLOSED FOR 2024
Hi everyone, it's been a while! I'm currently working on all your custom orders and preparing to move back to France. That's a lot...
Like you've see on the title, the custom shop will be also close during 2024. There are to many
projects I want do for years like an aluminium neck Bass Columbia and SG and an aluminium neck JM63. Also gonna work on some nickel pickup covers and baseplate. There is one more project I'll work on but I can't let any details come out for now. Anyway I'm heading back to the shop, talk to you soon my friends.
Isabelle Heidehorn and Alexandre Gletty
LIFE AT 400 ISO
"Isi and I met in Berlin four years ago where we were both bartenders at Soulcat. We had a similar passion about analog photography and I immediately felt in love with her work. There is a lot people who shoot films but a tiny hand of them have such a talent as Isi. I asked her if she wanted to document my work and she said yes. This book resumes pictures by pictures my last year in Berlin and our new life in the north countryside. It shows the magic atmosphere at the shop and also private moment with friends and family. It also includes a few thoughts and reflexions I have about the society and the difference between living in a city and the countryside. The book will be available in both E-book and printed version end of 2024.
You can follow me on Instagram if you want to see the building process of your necks or full instrument. I post a lot on the stories to keep customers in touch.