Ex-Display price now available on my remaining Titan Guitars Custom Shop KR1!
Hi folks! I have this cool Titan Custom Shop KR1 here with an interesting 5 way wired Lollar triple P90 setup on a beautiful celluloid Tort pickguard that I'd love to find a home for.

I've reduced it's price from £1720 down to £1600 as unfortunately I have noticed a few small marks in the paint finish on the underside of the body. This would have happened during viewings but sadly have only just noticed it, but wanted to be fair on the price in light of this now and offering a great £120 off it's original retail. Titan Guitars have also just announced a price increase for 2018 on the Titan KR1 model, so with this here already it's a great chance to grab one at a lower price.

Here's a photo of the chip in the paint finish on the underside of the body - 
Ex Display Titan Guitars Custom Shop KR1 for sale!

It's a really cool guitar though, so here are some details on it if anyone likes it!

- Custom Shop KR1.
- Basswood body featuring a universal pickup rout designed to suit Titan's wide selection of modular pickguard/pickup options
- Colour - Verde Chairo
- Custom shop, special one off run celluloid tort pickguard
- Maple 25.5" scale neck, 22 Medium Jumbo Jescar frets over a 12" radius
- Wenge fretboard (CITES Clear)
- Medium C profile (.84" at the nut, .88" at the 12th fret) 1.65" nut width
- Gotoh Locking Tuners, Dunlop Straplock ready buttons, Emerson Custom Pots, Switchcraft output jack and a CRL 5 position switch
- Lollar Hot P90 pickups x3 (neck, middle & bridge position)
- Three saddle Tele style bridge
- Kaces brand gig bag - But if helpful, I can offer an upgrade to M80 Mono Sleeve case:
If you gig regularly or wish to have a little extra safety, I highly recommend upgrading to the Mono M80 Sleeve case. These are airplane hold safe, unreal quality cases for the money, incredibly light and very strong. So we offer an upgrade to the M80 sleeve for £100.

The guitar can be viewed on the shop HERE

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