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Knaggs Steve Stevens Signature Electric Guitar, Pre-Owned

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  • Used; Good Condition
  • Includes Original Form-fitted Case + COA
  • Mahogany Body W/ Maple Top + Mahogany Neck
  • Bareknuckle Rebel Yell W/ Ray Gun Etch
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This Steve Steven's Knaggs is used, but in good condition - however it should be known that this guitar did have a headstock break, but this was professionally repaired by Auden Guitars for us. They've done an excellent job, and the joint at the headstock has been cleanly finished over, though there is some sinkage in the lacquer. The signs of wear are some scraping on the top of the neck binding around the first frets, and some sinkage on the back.

Knaggs: Steve’s first Signature model since 1990, finished in Opaque Black with pink binding, features a Mahogany body with carved Maple top, set Mahogany neck with custom pink Morning Star inlays on Rosewood finger board, pink ray gun head stock inlay and Knaggs’ proprietary two-in-one bridge, combining a tune-o-matic and string holder into one unit, thus increasing harmonics and sustain only the player can feel. Two volume and tone controls drive specially designed Signature Bareknuckle pick-ups with engraved ray guns not available in any other guitar. Only 99 of these gems will be offered to the public in 2013. Each guitar comes with an exclusive Certificate outlining specs and serial-number and will be hand signed by Steve and team Knaggs. A black form fit case with pink lining completes this limited run offering.


Body: Mahogany with carved Maple Top, finished in opaque Black with pink binding.
Neck: Set Mahogany, special SS neck carve, pink binding, custom morning star inlays on Rosewood fingerboard
Head stock: Black Gloss with pink ray gun inlay, pink logo, pink binding, beveled black gloss truss rod cover w/Signature
Nut: Hand cut Bone
Tuning Pegs: Grover Nickel
Bridge: Knaggs Influence series two-in-one tail piece with Tone Pro bridge Nickel
Strap Buttons: Strap lock – nickel
Knobs: Black “Top Hat” style
Pickups: Ray gun engraved Bareknuckle Signature pick-ups
Case: GWW-SS form fit case black with pink lining

Knaggs Guitars was founded in 2009 by World renowned designer and luthier Joe Knaggs and Branding/Marketing expert Peter Wolf, two well respected industry veterans with a vast history and experience in their respective fields.

Joe Knaggs is a former master-builder for PRS Guitars and we key in the development of several famous PRS Models including the Hollowbody, Mira & Stala Models. He was also one of the most respected & requested Private Stock Builders and eventually became in charge of the Private Stock program.

All designs/creations are named after American Indian river names. Chesapeake line models Choptank, Severn, Potomac & Patuxent are named after tributaries to the Chesapeake Bay while the Influence line Kenai, Keya, Chena, Sheyenne are named after rivers in North America. Wood & Materials are carefully selected and processes are state-of the art. A skilled team of experienced senior guitar builders are making sure the end result is as good as it can possibly be: creating the finest instruments and providing the best tools for players and guitar aficionados. Everyone at Knaggs guitars is a highly skilled professional – together we have over 150 years of experience in creating extraordinary instruments.

We Welcome Part Exchange

We welcome part exchanges on items over £500. We realise that sometimes you need to “move something on” to get your new guitar. We give fair prices and once agreed we stick to them. The only thing we ask is that you accurately describe your guitar. We have plenty of happy customers from our part exchange scheme.

How it works – If you are local, you can simply call in. If you are not local we will assess your guitar and give you a valuation via phone/e-mail (we may ask for pictures). Once the price is agreed, we always stick to it, and your new guitar will be removed from the market so the deal can be concluded.

You can either send us your guitar, or we can use our courier to pick up for a small charge (UK only). Once the guitar is with us and any balance is paid we can dispatch your new guitar.

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