Step Sister All Mahogany P90
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Following the tremendous success and recognition of the Crossroads Series Little Sister, B&G is proud to introduce their second model in the Crossroads Series – The Step Sister! It shares the same DNA as the Little Sister, but articulates a different vibe. Originally crafted only as a Private Build Custom-Made instrument, the Step Sister is now available for the first time as a Crossroads Series model.
Like all Crossroads Series guitars, the Step Sister Crossroads are built from high quality tone-woods including African Mahogany for body and neck and Mexican Royal Ebony (Katalox) for the fingerboard. Solid brass hardware and a high-gloss finish help maintain the look, resonance, and tonal qualities of the original Little Sister.
On The Step Sister, the body shape is shortened and joins the neck at the 16th fret, and the fingerboard extends to 22 frets. The neck heel has also been slightly reshaped for easier access to the highest registers. The Step Sister is a nimble, agile and sleek machine developed specifically for ease of playability. Because the fingerboard is now longer, the neck pickup is placed slightly close to the bridge for a brighter and more defined tone than on the Little Sister, and a truly beautiful and “hollow” tonal quality when used in conjunction with the bridge pickup.
In order to provide the best possible value, Crossroads series production has been streamlined to include a limited selection of colors and options.
The Step Sister Crossroads is a gorgeous, inspirational and enchanting instrument.
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