Alice is a fine player with twin rail humbuckers that you just won't want to put down.
But she's just a little crazy.
For starters, her controls are upside down! Tone/Volume/3 way switch. Then there's that crazy color scheme. It was created using just blue dye, yellow pine, and Rocky Mountain mojo! The hard oil finish is tougher than most varnishes, doesn't show fingerprints, and water just beads up on it.
The maple neck has been carved to a shreddy .77" at the first fret, .87" at the 12th. A 1.68" nut width and comfortable "D" neck profile round this out for a wonderful playing experience.
What was I thinking when I carved that body? Only me and my saw know for sure. But it was inspired by the Swinger, a guitar that Fender used to make that had much potential. It's a comfortable and versatile shape.
It will definitely be noticed.
At one end, we have a set of Wilkinson EZ-Lok tuners. Rock solid tuning stability.
After the bone nut, the rosewood fretboard is topped off with Fender Standard fretwire. Next come the pair of rail humbuckers. These are from GFS, and they give you dual coil noise cancellation in a single coil sized package.
The bridge is a fully intoneable roller bridge, for longer string life, excellent sustain, and improved tuning stability.
In fact, Alice has lots of sustain, and a very deep toneset as well.
She's also really easy to keep playing all day, since she only weighs 6 lbs 5 oz.
Alice. She's just a little crazy.