G4M 529 Pro-FR, Glacier Burst

G4M 529 Pro-FR, Glacier Burst

The G4M 529 Pro-FR is a stylish and versatile instrument that is perfect for those who appreciate a sleek and modern design. The guitar has a 25.5″ scale length and a bolt-on neck for excellent stability and sustain. The body of the guitar is constructed from ash, featuring a unique poplar eye burl satin top with black binding and a natural finish on the back and sides. This combination creates a striking contrast that gives the guitar a unique look and feel. Constructed from 5-piece maple and artificial rosewood, the neck offers superior strength and durability, making it ideal for touring.

The G4M 529 Pro is designed with ergonomics in mind, featuring a dual cutaway design that allows for easy access to the upper frets, making it ideal for playing solos and riffing. The guitar is also equipped with two black ceramic magnet high-output humbuckers in the neck and bridge positions, which provide a powerful and aggressive tone. The tonal quality of the guitar can be adjusted using the volume and tone controls, as well as the three-way toggle switch. The guitar’s aesthetic appeal is enhanced by the all-black hardware, which offers a modern appearance. Additionally, the guitar features a black Floyd Rose tremolo for expressive vibrato and dive-bomb effects.

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Unique Finish

One of the main benefits of using poplar eye burl is its beautiful and distinctive grain pattern, which adds a unique character to the appearance of the guitar. Additionally, poplar eye burl is a relatively lightweight and porous wood, which contributes to the overall resonance and sustain of the instrument. This type of wood is also known for its balanced tonal qualities, with a bright top end, clear midrange, and defined low end, making it an excellent choice for guitars that require a wide tonal range.

Ceramic Humbucker Pickups Produce Powerful Tone

High-output ceramic pickups are a popular choice among guitar players looking for a powerful and aggressive tone. The G4M 529 Pro-FR's ceramic pickups are known for their ability to produce a strong magnetic field, which translates into a higher output signal. This increased output allows for more sustain and a greater ability to drive the amp into overdrive, making them a popular choice for heavy metal and hard rock players.

Expressive Performances

The G4M 529 Pro-FR's Floyd Rose system allows for precise and stable whammy bar usage, which is crucial for guitarists who want to add expressive vibrato and dive bomb effects to their playing. This system also ensures that the guitar stays in tune even after heavy use of the tremolo arm, allowing for uninterrupted playing and recording sessions. Another key benefit of the Floyd Rose bridge is its ability to lock the strings in place, preventing them from slipping out of tune due to sudden movements or heavy strumming.

Easy to Play

Metal guitarists often favour dual cutaway guitars due to their ergonomic design and enhanced upper fret access. The guitar's cutaways offer superior visibility and reach of the higher notes, which is vital for soloing. This allows guitarists to play with more ease and speed, without any struggle to reach the upper frets. Furthermore, this design provides a balanced weight distribution, which is essential for playing for extended periods with minimal discomfort.

The G4M 529 Pro-FR is designed with a C-shaped neck, which provides a comfortable playing experience for guitarists of all skill levels. The contour of the C-shaped neck conforms to the shape of the player's hand, making it easy to grip and play for extended periods of time. This design also allows for greater control and flexibility when playing complex chords and fast runs.

Easy to Navigate Fretboard

The G4M 529 Pro electric guitar features Green Luminlay side dots, which is a unique and innovative feature that provides excellent visibility in low-light conditions. These side dots are placed on the side of the neck and are made from a special material that glows in the dark, allowing players to easily see the fretboard in dimly lit environments. This feature is especially useful for live performances and studio sessions, where lighting conditions can vary.