Dellinger II FX-WM - Discontinued 2016

  • Dellinger

    For the most demanding of players under the most gruelling of conditions, the Dellinger II FX-WM is a rock-solid proven champion. Featuring a perfect blend of tone woods, the Dellinger II FX-WM features our Walnut-Mahogany composite body construction. The result of this is a more focused and aggressive low-end frequency response with fantastic note definition. Add to this the unique Caparison Designed Fixed Bridge and the Dellinger II FX-WM can easily cope with a myriad of extreme tunings. Road rugged and eminently reliable the Dellinger has been tried and tested on countless stages all over the world.

    The Dellinger II FX-WM features new Gotoh locking machine heads and a fitted Graph Tech Black TUSQ nut which together offer even greater tuning stability.

    The Caparison Dellinger II FX-WM features Caparison's own design high output PH-F and PH-R pickups controlled by a simple 3-Way selector switch and single master volume control configuration.

  • General
    Model Name: Dellinger II FX-WM
    Body Shape: Dellinger
    Body Material:  
    Top: Walnut
    Back: Mahogany
    Bridge: Caparison Fixed Bridge 6
    Neck Joint: Bolt-On
    Neck Material: Maple
    Neck Grip: Caparison
    Fingerboard Material: Ebony With White Binding
    Fingerboard Radius: R350 to R400
    Scale Length: 648mm (25 1/2")
    Nut Width: 42mm
    No. Of Frets: 24
    Fret Type: Jumbo
    Nut: Graph Tech Black TUSQ
    Position Inlay: Clock
    Headstock: Devil's Tail With Dellinger Logo, White Binding
    Head Angle: 15 Degrees
    Machine Heads: Gotoh SG381-07 MG-T
    Neck Position:
    Bridge Position:

    Caparison PH-F
    Caparison PH-R
    Controls: Master Volume(CTS 500kA),
    Schaller 3-Way Toggle Switch
    Head Top: Pro. Black
    Neck Finish: Oil Finish
    Body Finish: Natural,
    Charcoal Black,
    Machine Grey
    Hardware: Gotoh Cosmo Black
    Tuning: C Tuning
    Strings: RotoSound RH10
    Included Accessories
    Case/Gig Bag: Reunion Blues Continental Case