Sold Ronin Mirari with Harp pickup

Discussion in 'Guitar Emporium Archive' started by dsigman, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. dsigman

    dsigman Gold Supporting Member

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    Up for sale is a incredible instrument and one that started my personal deep dive into Ronin guitars. I love this guitar and I am in no hurry to sell but, I am considering letting it go because I could use the cash.

    I don't think there are too many of these out there with the harp pickup in there also called the magic button. It brings in a very interesting tone that is very musical and a bit more rhythmic akin to a Piezo in my opinion. Every tone that comes from these guitars is more musical than any other guitar I have ever come in contact with. The combination of their custom Foilbuckers and Redwood can not be compared to much else that I have played other than to say. It is maybe what a Filtertron aspires to be, great clarity for chord work like a single coil as well. They stand up incredibly well to gain as well.

    Here are the details of the guitar -
    Body: Reclaimed Old Growth Redwood
    Neck: Honduran Mahogany
    Board: Rosewood
    Neck Specs:
    - Nut Width: 1" 5/8ths
    - Radius: 9.5”
    - Back Contour: C .88. - .94
    - Frewire: Stewmac 154
    - Position Markers: Clay
    Tuners: Hipshot Open Gear
    Bridge: Mann® 2 Pin Tremolo
    Pickups: Foilbucker Matched Set
    Controls: 1x Vol 1x Tone w/ 3 Way Switch + Coil Taps + Magic Button
    Pickguard: Single Ply Tortoise - no backing
    Knobs: Gold Tea Cups
    Finish Color: Light Wine Red
    Reunion Blues Soft Case

    It is still in incredible shape overall with no significant dings.

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    I am looking to get SOLD including shipping and paypal fees.

    I might consider partial trades for a Suhr Modern, Kauer Dayligher or Starliner, PRS DGT or 594, possibly something semi hollow with a decent size neck. I might consider a super strat if it has a decent sized neck on it. Let me know what you might be looking to trade and I will consider it.

    Thanks for looking.
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2016
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    dsigman Gold Supporting Member

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