X7 Opus Purple

Angela contacted us looking for a purple X7. We don’t do purple as a standard colour, but of course we were happy to do a custom for her. A simple customisation to make the guitar unique to her.

  • CLIENT Angela (Ohio, USA)
  • WE DID Colour

It is spectacular. When I opened the bag, I was struck speechless by its perfection. I can't believe how light it is, how comfortable, and how good the neck feels. And it sounds glorious. Pure ringing tones, like a piano. I could not be happier! Thanks also for the lovely handmade mug, and the USB of pictures. I will be posting those on the Acoustic Guitar Forum so the members can see my very own piece of Irish purple. Best regards, love, and peace to you and your family.

Scale length: 24”/610mm
Nut width: 1 ¾”/44.5mm
Bridge spacing: 2 ¼”/57mm
Overall length: 34”/870mm
Max body width: 13.5” /340mm
Max body depth: 3 ¾”/95mm
Max body length: 16 ½”/420mm
Weight: 3.5lbs/1.6kg
Frets: 20 medium stainless steel frets
Tuners: Gotoh 510 Tuners 18:1 ratio (cosmo black)
Nut/Saddle: Graphtech low friction nut and saddle
Bridge: Graphtech bridge pins with Paua shell inlay
Pickup: No
Colour: Purple
Finish: High gloss finish on soundboard and Crystal Ice finish on back and sides

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