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Mansfield-based Bell Custom Guitars has introduced a special edition JazzBlaster to their custom line of hand-built guitars.

The JazzBlaster Special makes classic and modern tones easy to achieve. 15 internal super bright LEDs add to the show.

Bell Custom Guitars' JazzBlaster Special shown in translucent white finish. 22 frets on a rosewood fretboard. The scale length is 25.5" ending in a 1.695" width at nut. The hardware is chrome. Mother of pearl pickguard, control plate and truss cover. Body is swamp ash and acrylic. Set neck is maple.


"We wanted to improve the already spectacular tonal range and striking appearance of the JazzBlaster," says Paul of Bell Custom Guitars. "We've achieved it with the addition of multi-functional pickups, neck binding and rectangle mother of pearl inlays."

The JazzBlaster Special as shown costs $3,149 and may be painted in your choice of color. The addition of the multi-function pickups allow for numerous tonal combinations because of their unique ability to split into single coils using both screw and slug magnets, and their ability to run the humbuckers in series or parallel. With a swamp ash and acrylic fused body, the tone of the wood is maintained while making a more clear, focused sound. This fusion of materials provides crisp, sharp highs and smooth, rounded lows.

Read more about what makes the difference in a Bell Guitar here: http://www.bellcustomguitars.com/difference.html

Bell Custom Guitars' ToneBlaster shown with green LEDs engaged. 22 frets on a rosewood fretboard. The scale length is 25.5" ending in a 1.695" width at nut.


For more information please visit  http://www.bellcustomguitars.com or contact Paul at paul@bellcustomguitars.com.

Bell Custom Guitars are meticulously handcrafted. QUALITY, VALUE & EXPRESSION are the cornerstones on which Bell Custom Guitars are built. Each guitar is built to look, feel and sound as unique as the artist who wields it. Fusing the finest quality wood, the rich, sustaining tone of acrylic, hand-wound Amalfitano pickups, and the art of new design achieves a truly unique creation. These guitars must be played to be believed, and are beautiful to behold.

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