Greg Bennett Avion AV3 Electric Guitar

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The AVION series guitars, are paying a tribute to the original designs and offer it's own unique visual character also performance benefits. Many players love the look of an arch top solid body, but are not aware of the incredible performance benefits it provides.The arch top adds mass for rigidity under the bridge, preventing the body from stealing energy from the string.This may add some weight, but the improve the attack and sustain which makes it worth the addtional weight.

The maple top on a mahogany body provides serious definition with an amazingly warm tone.

The single cutaway design shortens the exposed area of the neck, making it more secure and therefore more rigid. Combining this with a set neck greatly improves string performance.

Greg Bennett AV3 Specifications:

  • Single cutaway mahogany body
  • Bound, carved, flamed top
  • Bound, mahogany set neck
  • Nut width 1??
  • Rosewood fingerboard (12? radius)
  • Crown inlay
  • 22 fret, 24¾? scale
  • Chrome hardware
  • Grover A102-C, 14:1 ratio tuners
  • Stop tailpiece with adjustable bridge
  • Dual humbucker pickups
  • 2 volume and 2 tone controls
  • 3-way selector switch
  • Finish: Cherry Sunburst, Vintage Sunburst, Transparent Black, Wine Red.

This product includes Beginner's Guide to Learning Guitar E-book

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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M.b.
Built Like A Gun, Solid Intermediate Guitar

The instruments sounds good until you plug it in. Tone off the amp seems to be full with good sustain. But the pickups just aren't getting that good sound to the amp. To bright and tinny sounding for my taste and they feed back something fierce when you try to wind it up. As I stated before they will be coming out as soon as I decide what to replace them with. I will say that I knew I would be replacing these when I bought the guitar.I sat the Samick beside the Epi and if the headstocks weren't different you could not tell them apart. Rumour has it that they were made in the same factory.This Guitar is solid and built like a gun much better than my 27000INR ESP guitar.

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P.P.
A very good beginner guitar

I actually purchased a left handed version of this guitar from another store. I got it for a great deal ( almost half the price listed here since the guitar was two years old and had been in the store for a long time). The body of this guitar is very heavy which is typical for les-paul style guitars. The neck is not a bolt-on neck which is great.
Just replace the stock pickups with seymour dancan pickups and change the volume and tone adjust knobs and this guitar can be used for years. I will give it 4/5

H
H.U.V.B.
Built Like A Gun, Solid Intermediate Guitar

The instruments sounds good until you plug it in. Tone off the amp seems to be full with good sustain. But the pickups just aren't getting that good sound to the amp. To bright and tinny sounding for my taste and they feed back something fierce when you try to wind it up. As I stated before they will be coming out as soon as I decide what to replace them with. I will say that I knew I would be replacing these when I bought the guitar.I sat the Samick beside the Epi and if the headstocks weren't different you could not tell them apart. Rumour has it that they were made in the same factory.This Guitar is solid and built like a gun much better than my 27000INR ESP guitar.

H
H.U.V.B.
A very good beginner guitar

I actually purchased a left handed version of this guitar from another store. I got it for a great deal ( almost half the price listed here since the guitar was two years old and had been in the store for a long time). The body of this guitar is very heavy which is typical for les-paul style guitars. The neck is not a bolt-on neck which is great.
Just replace the stock pickups with seymour dancan pickups and change the volume and tone adjust knobs and this guitar can be used for years. I will give it 4/5

a
a.
A perfect instrument for beginners and intermediates.

This was my first electric guitar.I bought it two and half years ago and its rock solid.The action is good.The stock pickups are good enough for a beginner and you can replace it later.Overall its great buy and highly recommended.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
25%
(2)
50%
(4)
25%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
M.b.
Built Like A Gun, Solid Intermediate Guitar

The instruments sounds good until you plug it in. Tone off the amp seems to be full with good sustain. But the pickups just aren't getting that good sound to the amp. To bright and tinny sounding for my taste and they feed back something fierce when you try to wind it up. As I stated before they will be coming out as soon as I decide what to replace them with. I will say that I knew I would be replacing these when I bought the guitar.I sat the Samick beside the Epi and if the headstocks weren't different you could not tell them apart. Rumour has it that they were made in the same factory.This Guitar is solid and built like a gun much better than my 27000INR ESP guitar.

P
P.P.
A very good beginner guitar

I actually purchased a left handed version of this guitar from another store. I got it for a great deal ( almost half the price listed here since the guitar was two years old and had been in the store for a long time). The body of this guitar is very heavy which is typical for les-paul style guitars. The neck is not a bolt-on neck which is great.
Just replace the stock pickups with seymour dancan pickups and change the volume and tone adjust knobs and this guitar can be used for years. I will give it 4/5

H
H.U.V.B.
Built Like A Gun, Solid Intermediate Guitar

The instruments sounds good until you plug it in. Tone off the amp seems to be full with good sustain. But the pickups just aren't getting that good sound to the amp. To bright and tinny sounding for my taste and they feed back something fierce when you try to wind it up. As I stated before they will be coming out as soon as I decide what to replace them with. I will say that I knew I would be replacing these when I bought the guitar.I sat the Samick beside the Epi and if the headstocks weren't different you could not tell them apart. Rumour has it that they were made in the same factory.This Guitar is solid and built like a gun much better than my 27000INR ESP guitar.

H
H.U.V.B.
A very good beginner guitar

I actually purchased a left handed version of this guitar from another store. I got it for a great deal ( almost half the price listed here since the guitar was two years old and had been in the store for a long time). The body of this guitar is very heavy which is typical for les-paul style guitars. The neck is not a bolt-on neck which is great.
Just replace the stock pickups with seymour dancan pickups and change the volume and tone adjust knobs and this guitar can be used for years. I will give it 4/5

a
a.
A perfect instrument for beginners and intermediates.

This was my first electric guitar.I bought it two and half years ago and its rock solid.The action is good.The stock pickups are good enough for a beginner and you can replace it later.Overall its great buy and highly recommended.