The 1.6-inch thick hollow body of the AWE-3DG is 3D-printed using glass-filled nylon
The AWE-3DG features a 25.5-inch scale maple neck with a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard, T.V. Jones PowerTron humbucker pickups, and something called the T4-Switch
The AWE-3DG 3D-printed guitar from AweSome Musical Instruments
The T4-Switch is also available as a self-install kit
Multi-tone performance pickup specialist AweSome Musical Instruments has unveiled what's claimed to be the first commercially available 3D-printed guitar made in the US. Touted as virtually impossible to break (though the same can't be said for the supplied light gauge strings), the Les Paul-style AWE-3DG also sports a bank of rather interesting pickup selectors that open the door to otherwise hidden coil combinations for up to 76 different analog tones.
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