October 16, 2017

 
 

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To Have The Distinction

Of becoming an Anderson Bobcat is certainly a distinctive distinction reserved for only the best and most toneful trees—always acquired as a renewable resource.
Unlatch the case, raise it to playing position, strap in and plug through to your favorite amp. You are now in the select and superior company of Bobcat.
Crazy in-tune, giant chords cascade from its specially sourced and selected mahogany body and neck wood. Could Bobcat be the most resonant, full-bodied and resounding carved-top, single-cut-style guitar on Earth? Simply more tone radiating forth from every frequency? Probably no real debate there. And yes…this can make your musical life so easy.
 
Bobcat’s fluid and buttery playability is legendary—flowing, unbounded bends and easy, musical chording.  
Editor’s note:  If you found yourself sniggering at that last statement, this will all change once you wrap your hands and body around Bobcat for the first time and really dig in.  From then on you may find your self with a case of “Bobcat Superiority Syndrome,” where you are completely enraptured by the guitar you are playing and can catch a glimpse of all your player-friends gazing longingly at you. But that is a tale for another time.
If this already wasn’t enough to launch you to another dimension, Anderson traditional 3-Way switching has you completely covered for all your tonal requirements.  Simply drop into a bevy of single coil sounds—only to climb right back out to roaring humbucker with one click.
Bobcat can be had in all the traditional “single-cut” colors—if that is your preference—or ordered to make a bolder statement in a myriad of wilder finishes—like this one in the gorgeous shade of Satin Natural Jack’s Pacific Blue Burst. Take your pick (Get it? Ha. Don’t tell anyone I wrote that).
And speaking of distinction…to have the distinct distinction of being distinct is certainly distinguishing—especially among Guitars.
This Bobcat’s distinctiveness is further made distinct by making its way to the distinguished Anderson Dealer: Distinctive Guitar, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin—where they are now showing this “crazy Cat,” in all its distinguishing glory.

GUITAR SPECIFICATIONS:
  • MODEL: – Bobcat
  • BODY STYLE: – Hollow 
  • SCALE LENGTH: – 24 3/4-inch—shorty 
  • BODY WOOD: – Carved Flame Maple Top on Mahogany 
  • FINISH: – Satin Natural Jack’s Pacific Blue Burst
  • BODY BACK COLOR: – Satin Natural Back
  • NECK WOOD: – Mahogany with Rosewood Fingerboard 
  • HEADSTOCK COLOR: – Natural Satin
  • NECK BACK FINISH: – Natural Satin
  • NECK BACKSHAPE: – Happy Medium
  • NUT WIDTH: – 1 11/16-inch 
  • FRETS: – Low-Rise—Exclusive Anderson Stainless Steel
  • BRIDGE: – Tune-o-matic with Stop Tailpiece
  • TUNING GEAR: – Locking—Exclusive Anderson 
  • HARDWARE COLOR: – Chrome
  • NECK PICKUP: – HC1 - with Nickel Cover
  • BRIDGE PICKUP: – HC3 - with Nickel Cover
  • SWITCHING: – 3-Way Big Toggle, 2 Knob with Push/Pulls
  • PU RINGS & SWITCH TIP: – Cream rings, Black Knobs
  • STRING GAUGE REQUESTED: – .010-.046 Elixir® with NANOWEB® Coating
  • DESTINATION/LOCATION: – Distinctive Guitar, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • 09-11-17N