Harley Benton CST-24T LH Black Flame

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Electric Guitar

  • Left-handed model
  • Deluxe series
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Arched top
  • Top: Flamed maple
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Neck attachment: Set-in
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Neck profile: "C"
  • Fretboard radius: 350 mm
  • Scale: 635 mm
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • Nut: Graphite
  • 24 Frets
  • Fretboard inlays: Pearloid dots
  • Neck and body binding
  • Pickups: 2 Roswell HAF AlNiCo-5 open coil humbuckers
  • 3-Way switch
  • Controls: 1 Volume- and 1 tone with push/pull function for coil split
  • Hardware: DLX chrome
  • Tremolo: Wilkinson WVPC
  • Machine heads: DLX
  • Colour: Black Flame
Body Mahogany
Top Maple
Neck Mahogany
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Frets 24
Scale 635 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo Standard
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
available since February 2018
Item number 424339
Shape, Design ST-Style
Colour Black
Soundboard Mahogany
number of strings 6
Pickup System HH
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899 AED 217,65 €
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Bartholomew 16.11.2021
This is an excellent low-priced guitar. Having to upgrade the components will raise your initial investment to the price of a standard guitar. But for an entry level beginners guitar it can't be beat. I decided to replace my pickups with a better set, and came to find out that this guitar has misleading advertising. It's listed as having a Mahogany, while the top is Flame Maple. I can verify that the body is indeed a Mahogany type, as I was expanding the knob holes to fit my new pots. But as I was scraping away I noticed that there is a thin white layer where the maple top should be. My determination is, the Maple top is a wood-like vinyl sticker. To have a real maple top paper-thin, would be illogical as any tonal qualities would be lost to the thinness, and would be cost prohibitive for these types of guitars. Disappointed, but not unexpected.
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Grateful
Sema'j 28.10.2019
As a Lefty I am truly Grateful to to have found this guitar.I own a lot of name brand guitars but this one is as good as any i have.It will be on stage with me as one of three that i carry.The tone is warmer than the PRS that I own but that is what I like about it.The cut is better than the PRS SE and the Black Flame is beautiful.The CST 24 LH caught my eye,that's how I first choose a guitar.
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My best purchase, ever
pedrolourenco1989 14.06.2019
The guitar is simply beautiful, it's a lot prettier live, it really is wonderful. It sounds amazing. The strings that came were brand new everything was in unbelievable quality. Don't think twice. Thomann is by far the best music store out there. It gave me the chance to rock, if they didn't exist things would have been a lot more difficult. This guitar is incredible. Simply amazing, the sound, the appearence, everything. Thank you for making it left handed!
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Thomann's flagship guitar?
Leftygaucher 19.08.2018
Out of all the guitars I purchased from Thomann, this is probably the most versatile and nicest sounding one, overall. I don't like the PRS body shape as it's uncomfortable playing sitting down; the waist is in the wrong section of the body (like offset Fender bodies) and makes the guitar unbalanced and hard to hold in place when played on one's lap. Another ergonomic fault is the placement of the volume knob. Though not as bad as a Strat volume knob, it still gets in the way and precludes comfortable strumming and picking without hitting it. I removed it. Great to play now but no volume knob (and difficult soldering job)...
Neck is not the best shape for me. Flat radius and thin front to back. So thin and flat that the radius and neck of shape become irrelevant. Good for shredders. Not good for people who play actual music instead of wearing out frets fast.
Good wood + decent pickups = good sound. I have another one with the older Wilkinsons which sound better to me. Less low midrange and more clarity.
By the way, love the new body shape on the new LP styles from Thomann. More comfortable than actual Gibsons when playing sitting down.
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