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August 20, 2004
Mercurio Guitars has launched a new line of innovative electric guitars, featuring patented interchangeable pickup technology. Mercurio guitars enable any standard pickup -- from any manufacturer -- to be installed into a pickup module, which can then be installed in the guitar in a matter of seconds. A single guitar can provide a huge range of sounds just by swapping pickups as desired.
The lineup of guitars includes:
Mercurio offers a complete line of finish options, including solid and metallic colors, bursts, transparent/dyed, metal flake and "chameleon" finishes. A wide variety of exotic woods are available in addition to traditional tone woods for the guitar's construction. Fancy maple and other figured tops are available as an up charge. All models are available in solid body or semi-hollow construction.
Mercurio Guitars are made in the USA. Base MSRP for both the "S" and "T" models is $2999.00. Pickup modules are sold separately, and are priced at $85.00 + the cost of the pickup.
For more information, visit their web site at www.mercurioguitars.com