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Here are the specifications:
– Karl Cromok’s ORIGINAL CHARVEL JACKSON MODEL 6 (NOT 3), Guitar of the Year 1988, used in ALL Cromok recordings and LIVE on stage by Karl.
– Body color – BLUE
– Made in JAPAN (NOT USA)
– With serial numbers
– Jumbo 24-frets
– Kahler tremolo
– Hard casing with Karl’s hand calligraphy of the word ‘CROMOK’.
– Configuration is HSS
– Seymour Duncan for Humbucker
– two Jacksons for Strats
Bought it for RM6000. Name your price and we will nego.
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Charvel Model 6
The Japan-made Charvel Model 6 was the most expensive of the model series and considered one of the best imports Charvel ever made. It was in fact the first import version of the Jackson Soloist, but under the Charvel brand.
The Model 6 is a neck-through construction with a maple neck and poplar body. The neck has 24 jumbo frets on a bound rosewood fretboard. The Model 6 became popular for its bound neck/headstock, and “sharkfin” fingerboard position inlays in real Mother of Pearl. The Model 6s came with Kahler 2300 Tremolos in early 1986, as well as an extra thin neck profile. The tremolo was later replaced with a non-recessed JT-6 licensed Floyd, and the neck profile became a little beefier. The pickups were a Jackson J50BC humbucker at the bridge, and two Jackson J-200 stacked singlecoils, and it had an on-board mid-boost (Jackson JE-1200). The control layout consists of a Volume knob, a Tone knob, a knob for the mid boost, and three mini toggles to switch each of the pickups on and off.
It is worth noting that Soloists with non-recessed tremolos are extremely rare, making the Model 6 very desirable for those that prefer a taller bridge and an angled neck. – wikipedia