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Founded back in 2009 by long time PRS designer Joe Knaggs, Knaggs Guitars experienced team of world class luthiers craft guitars of the very highest standard.
The latest model from Knaggs is the beautiful offset wonder, the Tuckahoe. Named after the Tuckahoe Creek which flows into the Choptank River and then into Chesapeake Bay, it's easy to see where Knaggs get their name inspiration from! Reminiscent of the classic Firebird design, the Tuckahoe is an innovative and flawlessly designed solid body that delivers massively on tone and playability. With a lush Mahogany body, finished in a vibrant Cardinal Red semi-gloss, it has a punchy tone, is perfectly balanced and super resonant.
The Mahogany neck features an East Indian Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays and boasts an old school 6 in a line reverse headstock. It's smooth, beautifully finished and balanced, with great access right up the neck this guitar is at home playing a wide range of styles. With Gotoh locking tuners and a Knaggs Chesapeake tremolo bridge, this guitar has great tuning stability and offers a playing experience unlike any other.
A guitar like this needs a versatile and powerful pickup pairing. Loaded with a Seymour Duncan TB4 and a Seymour Duncan SH2N. These pickups are beautifully dynamic and respond brilliantly to every touch.
The attention to detail and innovation on display here is equal to the very best on the market, Joe Knaggs is one of the world's premier master luthiers and with guitars as majestic as this who are we to argue!
This guitar is B-Stock due to a slight paint chip on the lower body