Highline Electric Guitars is a one man operation based at the foot of the Rocky Mountains just outside of Denver, Colorado. From the maker, Chris Monck:
“What you can expect is a darn good guitar that was handmade from start to finish. Each guitar I build takes well over 150 hours to build. No CNC machines were used to carve this guitar and the finish was applied by hand. I even wind my own pickups. Only the finest quality components are used and each instrument is carefully assembled by me and tested to work as it should. If you want a reasonably priced guitar with personality, mojo and a little piece of the maker’s soul, you’ve found it.”
Here are the specs for the Highiine Envirocaster #19:
Body: Ash harvested from a sustainable source.
Neck: Flamed Maple with a flamed Maple fretboard, both harvested from a sustainable source.
Thickness at the 1st fret: .860″ and .900″ at the 12th fret.
Fretboard radius: 12″
Truss rod: Dual action.
Tuners: WD Music Products, Inc.® diecast tuners.
Nut: Hand slotted vintage bone. 41mm wide with a 34mm string spread.
Fret wire: 24 medium frets. Width: .092″ Height: .048″ Leveled and dressed with rounded edges
Tone: Leans toward a vintage Strat-like tone. Not as loud as some modern Strats tend to be, however, it
does have a rich, full-bodied tone .
Pickups: Custom wound Highline single coils.
Controls: One volume knobs, two tone knobs and a 5-way switch.
Bridge: Fender import hardtail bridge (PN 0058274000) with strings passing through the body. 52.25mm
Action: Very low with not a hint of string buzz.
Finish: Red wash with a high gloss water-based, environmentally friendly lacquer topcoat.
Weight: 8.6 Ibs.
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