Levinson Sceptre Electric Guitar Arlington Std Single Cutaway - Candy Apple Red

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Levinson Sceptre Electric Guitar Arlington Std Single Cutaway - Candy Apple Red

The Solid Okoume body gives the Arlington Standard a warm bite with balanced mids to accent the brightness. The North American torrified ‘Roasted’ hard maple neck features a maple fingerboard which has a 240mm/9.5” radius, simulated bone nut & now features precision engineered stainless steel frets. . The Levinson pickups are a balance set with ALNICO 5 magnets. The T-E1N neck pickup is fat and full and the T-E1B give you the classic bite and is wound on a fiber bobbin with a brass base plate.

The Arlington Standard has a Wilkinson WOT03 bridge with individual saddles for great intonation and attack.

Put some twang in your step.


Body: Okuome
Neck: Roasted Rock Maple
Fingerboard: Hard Rock Maple
Fret Wire: Stainless Steel
Finish: Candy Apple Red
Nut: Bone
Bridge: Wilkinson M Series WOT03
Pickups: 2 Levinson Custom Single Coils

Home to the Arlington Guitar Show, Arlington is slowly gaining on Austin as the live music capital of Texas and now home to the Dream City Blues Festival. Arlington has been caught up in the power of the blues.

The Sceptre Arlington is steeped in this tradition. It is a guitar of a 1000 voices - it sings, snaps, snarls and bites. The Arlington body has the hard edge form so strongly associated with this instrument with a belly cut on the back to reduce weight and increase playing comfort.

All Sceptre guitars feature a dual action truss rod for an optimal set up and the Levinson neck profile - comfortable and fast to play. Its amber satin finish glides under your hand and the profile fits your hand perfectly in any playing position.

The pickups are custom wound for balance and bite. The neck pickup is overwound for punch and great balance with the bridge pickup in the chunky middle position. The bridge pickup has the power to cut through with brightness and solid midrange.

I love this style guitar, which might be the reason there are five models of Blade Delta! I’m sure you’ll love it too.