Vigier Excalibur Bumblefoot Signature Natural Alder #170079
Super rare and Brilliant Signature Model from Vigier Guitars
Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal is THE guitarist of this generation. He has inspired musicians worldwide with his extraordinary technical skills and, simply stated, he has conquered the guitar. In addition to being an amazing player, Ron has proven himself as a prolific composer and arranger. The Bfoot features a 5-way custom selector switch, a killswitch to create special effects and a tremolo that rests on the body. Bumblefoot’s inventiveness made use of a sewing thimble for playing slide guitar. The removable thimble has been conveniently placed on the front of the guitar body for quick access. Finally to continue in unconventional style, this series has two different logos.
For over 30 years, Patrice at Vigier has strived to make the best guitars possible. Through the past three decades, he has explored many avenues, and his thirst for innovation has often struck (sometimes rightly, but not always) the skepticism of the market.
The instruments we offer today are the synthesis of this experience and we believe that over time, we have struck the right balance between respect for tradition and embrace of modernity.
- Colour: Natural
- Body: Alder
- Number of Frets: 24
- Scale Length: 24.8"
- Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
- Fretboard Inlays: Dots
- Neck Wood: Maple
- Neck Shape: D
Number of Frets
DP155F Tone Zone
Volume, Tone, Killswitch on TextBlack and Black Sparkle Versions
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