They’ve done it! It’s done. Why play a guitar with only six strings when you can have one with nine! Over here at electricguitarcity.com we can barely get our fingers to do what we want them to do with just six strings. We can only imagine the brain overload that would happen trying to manipulate nine strings.
This guitar, the Agile Interceptor 930, is a bad mother! This, we imagine, is the electric guitar of choice for a certain type of individual; an individual born with four extra fingers on one of his hands! Seriously, the guy who can play this guitar is in the status of legendary.
If you fall into that category we are in awe of you. This is a lot of guitar and is a real handful, no pun intended. So what do you get with this bad boy? You get a double cutaway mahogany body with a bolt on one piece maple neck with a rosewood fretboard. The fret markers on on the side of the neck and not on the fretboard. The guitar also features Grover die cast tuners and a Kahler Pro 22229KX Tremolo that is made in the USA. The pickups are passive Cepheus 9 with master and control. The cavity has been made larger to accomodate additional electronics if you want to add them later.
So when eight strings just isn’t enough the Interceptor 930 has got you covered. CHECK IT OUT.