Come down and visit We Have Sound, an independent guitar shop in Worthing, West Sussex UK. We aim to provide a wide range of electric and acoustic guitars, basses, ukuleles and accessories for all styles and abilities.
Fender Kurt Cobain Road Worn Jaguar Left-Handed 3-Color Sunburst (2011)
Our Code: FENU4712SB
Insanely thorough faithful recreation of Kurt Cobain‘s modded Jaguar from Fender with this rare Road Worn series signature model. Includes all the original case candy and the hard case itself.
- Alder body with Road Worn aged finish and hardware treatment
- Bound fretboard with pearloid dot markers
- Stratocaster headstock shape with 1950s-style 'spaghetti' logo
- DiMarzio humbucking DP103 PAF 36th Anniversary neck pickup and DP100 Super Distortion bridge pickup
- Triple knurled 'chrome-dome' knob configuration (volume-volume-tone)
- Three-position toggle switch
- Black chrome Adjusto-Matic bridge and Gotoh sealed tuners
- This signature Jaguar comes with a black textured vinyl hard-shell case and an exclusive Fender Kurt Cobain book with photos and commentary by Charles Peterson and an insightful interview with Nirvana guitar tech Earnie Bailey.
An all time classic, the D-18. This lightweight example is in great shape with a nice standard height action (many are high due to the non-adjustable truss rod but this one is decent). It has also has a Fishman Sonitone pickup fitted.
This rare Pawn Shop series ‘Jaguarillo’ from Fender has been modified with a set of three Kinman noiseless pickups (£200 worth) in a tortoise guard and had the back of the neck sanded back to a slimmer profile and satin finish (originally glossy). In great condition overall with the exception of a cm wide dent (as pictured) that was there from new (sold as b-stock at the time apparently).
I urge you to try the guitar in person as the slimmed neck has a distinctive feel that might not be for everyone. I personally love it, almost has the wizard neck feel of an Ibanez.
PRS SE Tremonti in virtually new condition including padded PRS soft case. Weighs 4.1kg.
Here is what PRS said...
'The SE Mark Tremonti provides a powerful voice and classic PRS aesthetic for players ready to rock. Through his solo work and as the lead guitarist of Alter Bridge and Creed, Tremonti has made a name for himself as a heavy rock player with melodic strength. The Tremonti "S" pickups are paired with dual volume and tone controls, offering the articulate aggression needed to cover Tremonti’s tonal demands. Additional appointments include a beveled maple top with flame maple veneer, Wide Thin maple neck, and a trem-up route, making the SE Mark Tremonti fast to play and hard to put down.'
'Introducing the PDF1X - the ultimate tone-sculpting powerhouse for your pedal board! Building on a decade of innovation, the PDF1X combines the best features of our original PDF-1 and PDF-2 pedals, taking your tone to a whole new level of versatility.Featuring dual footswitches, expression control, and parametric EQ, the PDF1X gives you unparalleled flexibility in shaping your sound. With high-gain and low-gain options, this pedal is perfect for any genre or playing style. And now, with the addition of a volume knob, you can easily blend it with other pedals for even more tonal options across clean and dirty channels.But that's not all - the PDF1X also boasts a new internal trimpot for gain control, allowing you to dial in anything from a subtle boost to a raging distortion. Plus, the expression pedal functionality opens up a world of phaser or wah sounds for your creativity to soar.Whether you're a gigging musician, a recording artist, or just a tone enthusiast, the PDF1X is the essential tool you need on your pedal board. It's a set-and-forget secret sauce for your playing, a versatile scalpel for studio perfection, or anything in between - you get to decide. the next level with the PDF-2!'
1449 in great condition with only the resite of the strap button to speak of (pictured).
Here is what Silvertone say...
'One of the most clever and well-known concepts in the early ’60s guitar boom was the Silvertone Amp-in-case line. For well under $100, you could get a guitar that came in a case featuring a 5-watt (later, 6-watt) tube amp built right in. Just open the case halfway, stand it up, switch it on, and wail. The original guitar in the 1962 kit (1448) was a single pickup, short-neck model. A year later, the 2-pickup 1449 was introduced and the Amp-in-case really took off. The 1449 is the most rare of the breed, being replaced by the almost identical redburst 1457 in 1964. This guitar screams.'
'Beyond the singular aesthetics of French craftsmanship that characterizes the Tramontane series, the T70 imposes itself in the world of the entry-level acoustic guitars with a solid spruce top that’s rich and deep in tone. Sound quality, combined a comfortable playing experience essential to the beginner, make it the best value of the moment.
An entry-level folk guitar with a satin finish and a solid wood top, it is a rare bird. And yet, this characteristic proves to be essential in the sound result. A real plus for this T70 series, which is incredible value for money!'