Gibson M-III Electric Guitar with Case

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    Product Description

    The Gibson M-III Electric Guitar captures the head-turning looks, ultra-fast feel and searing tone of the original that was introduced in 1991! Gibson USA crafts this axe with a solid mahogany body, glued-in neck, and high-gain Dirty Fingers humbuckers with versatile switching, just like the original. The 25.5 inch scale length yields piano-like lows and brilliant highs, while the ultra-stable Floyd Rose trem allows for everything from radical dive-bombing to evocative vibrato.

    The maple neck’s fast profile, super action, and easy access right to the top of the 24-fret fingerboard give the M-III guitar perhaps the fastest feel on any Gibson. The striking arrow-head inlays provide an eye-catching contrast to the explosive range of finishes, all in high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer. The M-III’s all-black hardware complements the stunning visuals. Crank out the shred Gibson style with the M-III!

    Gibson M-III Electric Guitar Features

    • Solid Mahogany body with radical double-pointed styling
    • Maple neck with fast, slim profile
    • Maple fingerboard with arrow-head inlays
    • Dirty Fingers+ humbucking pickups in the neck and bridge positions
    • Single coil pickup in the middle position
    • Floyd Rose vibrato tailpiece
    • Grover Mini-Kidney tuners
    • Comes protected in a plush-lined Gibson USA hardshell case with black exterior
    Body and Neck
    A solid mahogany body yields superb depth, richness and resonance while a glued-in maple neck adds clarity and snap to the tone. The Grade-A maple fingerboard has a 25.5 inch scale length, a compound radius for easy chording and smooth bending, and 24 jumbo frets, all within easy reach thanks to the M-III’s radical asymmetrical, double-pointed body styling. A fast, slim profile and contrasting black arrowhead inlays declare the M-III a shredder’s dream.

    Pickups and Electronics
    Gibson USA packs the M-III with a trio of its most powerful pickups, including Dirty Fingers+ humbuckers in the neck and bridge position, and a Dirty Fingers+ single coil in the middle. A five-way switch, combined with push-pull switching on the master tone control for humbucker coil-splitting, take you everywhere from warm, vocal neck pickup tones, to roaring crunch and soaring leads in the bridge, to bright, shimmering single-coil tones.

    A high-quality Floyd Rose vibrato with locking nut adds further versatility to your playing arsenal, while a set of genuine Grover Mini-Kidney tuners enhance the already unparalleled tuning stability. All hardware is black-plated, and the control knobs are easy-grip knurled black metal. The M-III carries a traditional black bell-shaped truss-rod cover, and wears no pickguard to obscure its dramatic range of finish options.

    Product Specifications
    Gibson M-III Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Mahogany
    • Neck: Maple
    • Fingerboard: Maple board with 21 degree radius for extreme bends
    • Electronics: Dirty fingers +
    • Hardware: Black chrome with knife edge trem
    • Finish: Gloss top and PHF with satin back, neck, and rim
    • Hardshell case: Included
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
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    Gee I already have a red guitar. Why can't there be a cobalt blue with a tremolo bar available?
    Knifemare69 from Logan, UT, USA
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    Get One NOW Or You Will TRULY Regret It!
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    In my humble opinion, THIS guitar was among the last truly innovative designs by Gibson. The originals came out in '91 and were discontinued around '96-97 before I could afford to get one. They made them BETTER this time around! I've waited 17 years for Gibson to re-issue these guitars, and I'll be damned if I let one slip through my grasp again! So I got the Vibrant Red one...
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