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Sterling AL40-BK Sub Series Albert Lee HH with Rosewood Fretboard Black

Sterling AL40-BK Sub Series Albert Lee HH with Rosewood Fretboard Black

Sterling AL40-BK Sub Series Albert Lee HH with Rosewood Fretboard Black

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Product Description

The S.U.B by Sterling Albert Lee, Black is a signature Sterling model by highly respected and talented guitarist Albert Lee. Lee's need for super fast playing and technical virtuosity, are incorporated into this signature guitar with its maple neck which allows for quick, smooth navigation of the fingerboard. The AL40's fingerboard is made from jatoba, which enhances the sound with excellent clarity and good levels of warmth. The body is crafted from mahogany, for a rich and resonant tone that delivers plenty of grind and bite, and it is powered by a pair of SBMM Humbuckers for a heavy, well-rounded sound. The S.U.B by Sterling Albert Lee is also equipped with a vintage style Fulcrum Tremolo which allows full control over dive-bombs, and for a retro rock appearance it is finished in Black with a matching black pickguard.

Loaded With Music Man Electronics

Equipped with a pair of creamy Music Man Humbuckers, the Albert Lee S.U.B guitar's bridge pickup offers an excellent midrange and is incredibly full sounding. The neck pickup produces a heavier, rich sound, and with 5-way switching you can create the perfect mix of tones for a dynamic performance. The vintage Fulcrum Tremolo bridge is paired with the die cast tuners to keep your tone steady and stable despite the amount of aggressive pitch-bending and dive bombs.

Maple Neck & Jatoba Fingerboard

The AL40's neck is made from hard maple, which provides bright tones with plenty of twang, as well as excellent levels of sustain. The maple brings tight tones with sizzling highs, and the smooth feel allows fast navigation between notes. The neck is bolted on which brings added snap, and is also paired with a jatoba fingerboard. The jatoba enhances the guitar with good sonic warmth and a clear ringing tone, as well as a beautiful, natural wood grain.

Crafted With Mahogany Body

The Sterling Albert Lee guitar's body is crafted from mahogany, which works exceptionally well with punchy rock music and heavy styles. The mahogany delivers good levels of resonance, and has a rich, full bodied tone with plenty of warmth which lets your tone ring out for longer. For a well rounded tone that is not short of grind and bite, the durable, mahogany body will certainly deliver for a long time.

About Albert Lee

Albert Lee is a highly respected and talented guitarist, who emerged during the sixties rock and roll scene and still continues to tour at present, with his trusty signature Music Man guitar. Since 7 years old, Lee was always a keen guitar player having left school at 16 in order to play guitar full time, and from 1959 onwards he has played with a range of different bands throughout his career. Some of his band's include Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds, Green Bullfrog, Heads Hands & Feet. He also played in Biffbaby's All Stars alongside Eddie Van Halen, Steve Morse and Steve Lukather.

Specifications

Body

  • Series: Albert Lee
  • Body Material: Mahogany
  • Body Finish: Black

Neck

  • Neck Material: Hard Maple
  • Scale Length: 25.5"
  • Fingerboard: Jatoba
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Nut Width: 42mm

Hardware & Electronics

  • Neck Pickup: SBMM Humbucker
  • Bridge Pickup: SBMM Humbucker
  • Controls: Volume, Tone, 5-Way Pickup Selector
  • Bridge: Fulcrum Tremolo
  • Tuning Machines: Diecast
  • Strings: Ernie Ball 2221 Regular Slinky
  • Pickguard: Tortoise-Shell

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