Artist Series Eclat 'DBC' Dave 'Bucket' Colwell

$999.00
In stock
SKU
FKV1DC


"The way the Eclat DBC guitar rings, even acoustically, is just incredible. I love P90 pickups and I have done ever since I saw Steve Marriott and Mick Ralphs using them so the Fret-KIng W90B is the business. The thumb scoop is a great idea too, and it allows me easy access to those high frets, even when the guitar is slung really low. The DBC is exactly what it says it is a pure rock 'n' roll guitar, and I'm pure rock 'n' roll; I love it!"

A hard working and hard playing rock guitar-meister, Bucket's talents have seen him playing to thousands of fans across the globe in his tenures with Paul Rodgers' Bad Company, and working with the likes of Humble Pie. A songwriter of note too, his tracks have been covered by no less than the likes of Iron Maiden, and his Bucket & Co. project cooperated with the likes of Steve Conte, Edwin McCain, Danny Bowes, Spike from The Quireboys, Jaz Lochrie and Adrian Smith.

The DBC is a no-fuss rock machine inspired by a workhorse instrument Bucket has played for years. With its no-nonsense single Fret-King W90 `Dog ear' pickup, wrapover combined bridge/tailpiece and its innovative thumb-scoop for great upper fret access, the DBC is a one-stop attitude machine. Strap it on, feel the culmination of 50 years of guitar history rolled in to one and enjoy monster tone, monster fun and all out rock `n' roll.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Colour Original Classic Burst
Body Two-piece, centre-jointed mahogany
Neck Mahogany
Scratch Plate Black
Scale 24.75"/628mm
Frets 22 medium jumbo
Inlays Pearl dots
Nut Width 1.67"/42.5mm nominal
Nut Graphite
Tuners Wilkinson WJ15
Bridge Direct mounted wrapover tailpiece/bridge
Pickups Fret-King WP90
Controls Volume, tone
Includes Luxury genuine Fret-King carry bag
More Information
Manufacturer Fret King
upc 5051548024046
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