Of the 3 models offered by Pfeister Guitars I found the “33″ particularly visually interesting due its’ parlour guitar looks that fuse early twentieth century acoustic guitar looks with exotic woods such as the Wormy Maple top and Cocobolo fretboard bound with Ebony. This guitar also features a hand carved Buffalo Horn bridge and nut and hand wound humbuckers. The blend volume, master volume and tone knobs are also hand carved from Buffalo Horn too, never heard of that being used before. The guitar is finished with rusted wire mesh and the wood was aged with a special Iron Oxide solution. In case you are wondering the guitar gets its name from the atomic number for Arsenic, the rusty metal used on the guitar were found in a mine in the Rockies which were responsible for Arsenic poisoning in nearby streams. Check out the website for more info on the “33″.
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