2020.6.6: It was given to me by a professional player on Instrument Day.
It is not from an endorser who uses a similar guitar (see below).
It is one of the guitars sold as a spot or sample at a music store in Tokyo a few years ago. It was originally a SSH layout with sustainer, but has been modified to the player's liking in various ways.
BFTS was installed when the fret and nut were replaced.
2020.10.21: A few days after I bought it, a famous endorser who loved this model passed away.
Although I wasn't a big fan of his, I wanted to revive the sustainer, so I took parts from a sample model I bought the other day and had it finished in a way that utilizes the 2H specs that were in place when I bought it.
The SHR-1n was placed inside the front PU, which was originally a dummy, to make it sound more like a PU than a driver.
I also had the tremolo spring back panel newly rebuilt and the rear hum direct switch with 1Vol and base bypassed was added as on the FR-ELT.
The bridge was also replaced with a new original VG300 bridge from the EV510T FE that had been replaced, bringing it back to its original specifications.
NTG is a brand of Neurotec Guitar that existed around 2000? NTG is an acronym for Neurotec Guitar, which was a brand or project around 2000. I have been trying to find out more about it, but I can't find much about it.
I can find some images of this guitar with this body and head shape and PG design, although I can hardly find any articles on it in my research.
|number of frets|
22 (Jescar Stainless Steel replacement)
F:Fernandes CD-100/Seymour Duncan SHR-1n/R:Seymour Duncan TB-4
1Vol,Mini SW(Rear PU Direct),3way Lever SW,Sustainer On/Off SW,Sustainer 3way Mode Select SW,