Millimetric Instruments - MGS3 custom build information
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The MGS3 was the second Millimetric 6 string guitar design introduced to the range. It’s influence lies heavily in classic offset guitar designs. Offset guitars have been revered by guitarists for decades for their playing comfort, the MGS3 is no different with the emphasis being on ergonomics both sitting and standing. The MGS3 features a 25” scale length, giving it a tighter feel which lends itself very well to heavier string gauges too. This design has become one of our most popular models and a firm favourite among offset guitar fans.
On a personal note, I ordered and bought an MGS3 for myself and am beyond smitted with it! So any ownership questions, I'm more than happy to help with.
The neck design, as with all of the Millimetric models, is inspired by aluminium neck guitar construction and although technically is a bolt-on neck design, feels more like a through neck in it’s play-ability. It also aids the overall resonance due to the strings being anchored on the same piece of wood. The 22 frets are Jescar stainless steel measuring 2.54mm wide and 1.19mm tall, and the fretboard is 12” radius. Neck profile is their standard D to C shape (with signature volute), and you have the choice of 1st and 12th fret rough depth measurements
Millimetric offer a variety of body and neck wood choices, which are common Canadian sourced materials such as Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Poplar or Ash along with finishes which are kinder to our environment such as Livos natural oil, water based metallics or solid colour milk paint. There has been a wide variety of customer requested colours and many of these final instruments can be seen on the MM social media accounts if you require some inspiration for the direction of your build.
Pickguard, control knobs, switch tip are designed and made in house from acrylic and ABS plastic (with brass insert) respectively. The bridge is also unique to Millimetric, designed and made in house from stainless steel and brass. Tuners are made in the USA by Hipshot products, and are their open gear, locking tuners with modified buttons. Strap buttons are recessed into the body for a cleaner aesthetic, and included with the guitar is a set of Dunlop strap locks to suit. Each guitar also comes equipped with a dual action truss rod for accurate adjustment and reliability.
Electronics are wired in house, using quality components and will be visible on the guitar via it’s clear acrylic rear cavity cover. We offer a range of our own design pickups too which we can discuss further.
The MG6 comes supplied with a choice of Nanuk 990 fitted flightcase or Mono Vertigo semi hard case.
An MGS3 with the MMGF gold foil pickup set.
Pricing and ordering
The order list is currently closed due to the wait list time reaching 3 years. I will of course be keeping in touch with Millimetric as time passes and will update as soon as orders are able to be accepted again. In the mean time, I am more than happy to answer any spec/model questions and also still welcome visits to trial the demo instrument here!
All Millimetric Instruments are made to order, and as the UK representative I can help talk you through the specs available and any finer details before putting you forward to Florian to take your build to the final drawing board.
I am very proud to now be the UK representative to Millimetric Instruments. Between myself and Florian, we have decided the best way to represent his brand here in the UK is for me to be a local contact, as well as offering you a chance to see & play a Millimetric Instrument for yourself. Something not previously possible for us being the other side of the pond. One other advantage of this approach is that it also helps keep the costs down by not having a dealer margin required for carrying stock, helping pricing direct to the customer.
I'm here to help discuss specs & options available on a custom build, and hopefully provide you with a chance to come a try one to get a feel for what makes these beautifully made instruments worth ordering.
Here I will have a UK demonstration instrument, which you are welcome to come and try, and if you fall in love with it, we can discuss a custom build further.
To book an appointment to come and try a Millimetric Instrument for yourself, feel free to get in touch with me at email@example.com and I'll look forward to meeting you.
The price stated here is merely a rough guide for the starting price, for the sake of this product listing and not a final price of any instrument. As all build specs vary, please do get in touch to discuss further and we will obtain a final spec estimate from Millimetric instruments for your dream guitar.
To begin discussing your custom Millimetric MGS3, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will geek out.