Sterling S.U.B. Series Albert Lee Signature Guitar - Daphne Blue
Albert Lee is world renown for his hybrid picking and fingerstyle approaches to the electric guitar, he has won several awards including winning Guitar Player Magazine's "Best Country Guitarist" five consecutive times. Albert has an astonishing collection of guitars including a Les Paul Custom gifted to him from Eric Clapton, Don Everly's Gibson J-200, and several vintage Fender Strats and Teles, but his favorite guitar of all is his signature model made by Ernie Ball Music Man.
This budget conscious version of Albert Lee's favored guitar sports his unique offset body shape, a pair of well voiced humbuckers, and 22 Narrow Frets on the Jatoba fretboard. With Sterling's vintage designed tremolo Albert's guitar takes on a Stratocaster-like quality of subtle whammy bar dips to more dramatic Hendrix-esque dive bombs, all the while staying in excellent tune. Albert's career has spanned many years and has taken on many different forms. Like the man himself, the Albert Lee Sterling model takes on a multitude of genres and settings with stride and excellence.
|Body Color||Black, Daphne Blue|
|Pickguard||Black (BK), Tortoise Shell (DBL)|
|Scale Length||25-1/2" (64.8cm)|
|Neck Radius||9-1/2" (24cm)|
|Frets||22 Frets, Narrow|
|Neck Width||1.65"(42mm) at Nut|
|Neck Wood||Hard Maple|
|Fret Markers||White Dot Markers|
|Truss Rod||Single Action|
|Neck Attachment||5 Bolt Pattern|
|Controls||1 Volume, 1 Tone|
|Switching||5-way Toggle Pickup Selector|
|Strings||Ernie Ball 2221 Regular Slinky|