In this episode...
'Hard to Holdsworth' or 'Jack and the Fatboy'
From what can be gathered upon study.
- Mahogany body, Claro walnut top, & maple set-in neck
- 2 X 4 compact headstock
- 25.5" scale ebony fingerboard with no inlays
- 24 jumbo stainless Steel frets
- Semi-flat 20" fingerboard radius
- Sperzel locking tuners
- Seymour Duncan humbuckers
- 2 volumea and 1 tone control, 2 coil tap switches, 3-way pickup selector
- Tune-o-matic/stoptail bridge
- Gold hardware
Carvin's Allan Holdsworth Signature Series HF2 Fatboy is unique among contemporary electric guitars. It's semi-hollow body with revolutionary twin-beam internal suspension produces a fine resonating tone.
Fatboy is right. I've never seen a HF2 up close and personal and damn, this guitar has some width.
Got this for $500 off the 'bay which isn't bad seeing how these start at $1250 before upgrading the specs.
Ah well, let's see the porn.
1 down, 3 customs and 1 more ebay guitar to go.
$500 sounds like a hell of a deal. Great looking guitar. 1 of 5, I take it mission accomplished on being the best uncle ever.