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Fame Forum Custom Flamed Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054

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FAME Forum Custom Flame Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054

Fame Forum Custom electric guitar with Seymour Duncan pickups and premium hardware

The  Fame Forum Custom  represents the top class of the noble  M-guitars  factory in  Gdansk . The best tonewoods,  hand-wound Seymour Duncan USA pickups  and first-class premium hardware from the German manufacturer  Schaller  come together with finesses such as  abalone bindings gold hardware  or the carefully coordinated  transparent finish . Fame Forum Custom - a noble guitar of the highest quality!

Fame Forum Custom Flamed Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054 Front
The Fame Forum Custom Flamed Maple Top Transparent Blue is truly a gem of a guitar.
Fame Forum Custom Flamed Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054 Body

Premium tonewoods and ergonomic design

The  body  of the Fame Forum Custom is made of  mahogany  and has a  two-piece cambered glued top made of high-contrast and evenly grained flamed maple . The experienced luthiers from Gdansk pay attention to achieve the strongest possible pattern with a three-dimensional depth effect, which is further emphasized by the  transparent finish . The shimmering iridescent  abalone purfling , which is finished off with a  single-layer cream-coloured binding , provides a further visual depth effect and clear body contours.

Try the Fame Forum Custom and you will be amazed by the  slim profile  and the  weight  of the instrument, both on the strap and on the lap! All of the instrument's hardware including pots, bridge and switches are  sunk into the top  for ergonomic reasons to make palm mutes and pickings as comfortable as possible.

Whether you're a shredder or blues fan, both fast runs and organic bendings are perfectly supported by the slim yet contoured  'C' profile  of the  mahogany neck . The Forum Custom features a  flattened neck base  for easy access to the high frets, while the  long neck tenon , which is glued under the neck pickup, emphasizes values such as sustain and construction stability.

Fame Forum Custom Flamed Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054 Detail

Seymour Duncan USA pickups and Schaller premium hardware

Classic rock sounds, singing blues leads and aggressive metal riffs are equally well served by the classic  Seymour Duncan  combination of an  SH-4b JB Model humbucker on the bridge and an SH -2n Jazz pickup in neck position . The market leader's  hand-wound  and  US-manufactured  pickups are equipped with  Alnico 5 magnets  and provide a  well-balanced output  with convincing pressure without giving up dynamic range. Both pickups can even be switched to  single coil operation  via  mini switch .

Naturally, no compromises have been made in terms of hardware: This fine guitar, which is fully equipped with high-quality  Schaller parts , features a  GTM piezo bridge  with  string saddles from GraphTech , solid  Schaller M6 clamp tuners   with backlocking function  and  security locks  installed ex works for worry-free stage performances. All hardware parts are covered with 24-carat gold. When we talk about premium hardware, we mean it!

Including Schaller security locks, adjustment key and manual!

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Fame Historic Case Brown Red

Fame Historic Guitar Case included for free!

The high quality instruments of the Fame Forum Custom Series come in the stylish Fame Historic Electric Guitar Case. The  sturdy  and  water-repellent  case features a  brown vintage Tolex cover  on the outside, while the  soft interior padding  of this professional instrument case not only looks great but also protects the paint. Furthermore, the Fame Historic Guitar Case has indestructible  metal fittings  in a  Vintage Brass design  including a  lockable middle clasp .

The FAME Forum Custom Flame Maple Top Transparent Blue #FC2006054 at a glance:

  • Fame Forum Custom electric guitar, serial number FC2006054
  • Mahogany body with flamed Maple top
  • Mother of pearl purfling (Abalone) with cream binding
  • Mahogany neck with 24-fret ebony fretboard
  • Seymour Duncan SH-2n Jazz and TB-4 JB humbuckers
  • Schaller GTM piezo bridge with GraphTech string saddles
  • Transparent Blue finish
  • Including Fame Historic Guitar Case

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Fame
  • Series: Forum Custom
  • Design: Forum Double Cut
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Top: Flamed Maple
  • Binding: Abalone
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Neck Construction: Set-in
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Scale in mm: 628
  • Fretboard Radius in Inches: 12
  • Number of Frets: 24
  • Fret Format: Medium Jumbo
  • Fretboard Inlays: "Forum" @ 12th fret
  • Nut type: Plastic
  • Nut width in mm: 43.6
  • Pickup: HH
  • Manufacturer pickups: Seymour Duncan
  • Neck Pickup: SH-2n Jazz
  • Bridge Pickup: TB-4 JB Trembucker
  • Active pickups: No
  • Coil-splitting: Yes
  • Piezo Pickup: Yes
  • Electronic: Active
  • Switch: 3-Way, Coil Split Mini Switch
  • Control: Vol (Push/Pull), Piezo Blend
  • Bridge: Schaller GTM Piezo-Bridge
  • Tailpiece: Stopbar
  • Tuners: Schaller M6 Clamp
  • Strap Button: Schaller S-Locks
  • Hardware: Gold
  • Factory Tuning: Standard E
  • Country of Origin: Danzig
  • Finish: High-Gloss
  • Colour: Transparent Blue
  • Number of Strings: 6
  • Case included: Yes
  • Gigbag included: No
  • Certificate: No
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