Rees Electric Guitars introduces D2 and D3 Dive-bomber guitars

The Rees D2 and D3 Dive-bomber guitars extend the product range with a professional quality vibrato bridge model. Using the precision machined Kahler bridge, and Fender LSR roller nut, the guitar is capable of deep dives as much as an octave, with reliable return to perfect pitch. Having rollers at the bridge and nut ensures even string tension at all times, and so no nut clamps or string trees are needed on this stable guitar. Schaller locking tuners provide quick and easy string changing.

D3 Guitar from Rees

(Pictured: D3 Guitar from Rees)

The body is made of solid mahogany, with a tone chamber beneath a solid figured maple front plate. Every front plate has unique figuring. They can be curly (as seen) or quilted, or flame or birds-eye maple. The mahogany can be stained any brown, orange, or red.

The maple neck is of industry standard removable size. A pau ferro fret-board is standard, maple and other fret-board woods are available. A double truss rod is conveniently adjustable from the side of the neck near the body. The frets are finished by hand to a very high standard.

There is a volume control; tone control with push-pull coil-split switch; and 5 way pickup selector switch.

The D2 model has two Seymour Duncan humbuckers; 5 humbucker pickup selections; and 3 single-coil pickup selections.

The D3 model has Seymour Duncan 2 humbuckers and a single coil; 5 humbucker pickup selections; and 5 single-coil pickup selections (like a Strat).

The 5 humbucker selections are created by a Rees circuit combining 2 or 3 of the 5 individual coils, in a progression from neck to mid to bridge sound.

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With the way things are done nowadays, I beleive that a sound demo would create more interest in your product, and give the customer a better feel as to what your guitars can do

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