This Samick UM4 (by Greg Bennett) double cutaway, dual humbucker, with Grover tuners and Williamson tremolo, is one of the finest guitars Samick made 14 years ago, when their factory was in South Korea.
Just like ESP, LTD, Diamond Guitars, etc., Samick made sensational electric and acoustic guitars during this time. I used this guitar for many different gigs and it performed flawlessly on all occasions. It has a Switch Craft pickup selector as well as CTS pot and caps. A bone nut has been added, and all frets have been leveled, crowned, and dressed. Pickups are Fat Tone humbuckers. I was personally involved in the development of these pickups when Tommy Beard of Little Shop of Guitars, in Memphis, Tennessee, started Fat Tone. They sound fabulous and are matched as the neck pickup is vintage output, while the bridge output is hotter than a standard PAF.
A black Road Runner soft gig bag comes with the purchase of this guitar.
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