Review Prestige Guitars Todd Dammit Kerns AntiStar VI Signature Model

In case your task is to perform alongside a few of the most iconic and recognizable guitarists of the time, well then you have to be one helluva gifted multiinstrumentalist and singer–and Todd Kerns is the man.

Kerns is the bassist and backup vocalist for Slash, including Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, in addition to the leader of their own group Age of Electric and many other groups.

The super trendy consequence is that the Todd "Dammit" Kerns AntiStar VI Signature, a slick looking Firebird-inspired guitar which features premium parts and sound craftsmanship. If you are interested in buying electric guitar strings, go to best electric guitar guide.

But there is also no mistaking that the Todd "Dammit" Kerns AntiStar VI Signature guitar is a blunt force slab of rock and roll extravagance, using a compact sound that's unapologetically tough stone.

FEATURES

The AntiStar VI comes with a neckthrough design using a sevenpiece blend of mahogany and walnut structure, and reverse headstock. Taking its design cues from Kern's AntiStar signature bass, its own offset body contour seamlessly combines vintageinspired curves, which makes the new shape look as a contemporary classic. It is a milder guitar but its own weight together with the completely loaded Seymour Duncan "Saturday Night Special" humbuckers provides its sound that the heft to provide crushing riffs with aplomb.

The AntiStar VI is available in either matte black with black pickguard, or gloss classic white with lace gloss and neck white pickguard. Other characteristics include rosewood fingerboard with mother of pearl inlays and "Dammit" emblem at 12th fret, jumbo frets, 14inch fingerboard radius, 25inch scale span, white halfpickguard (black to the matte black) with reddish "AntiStar" emblem, Tusq XL Nut, TonePros locking bridge and bridge, bridge and neck volume controls, master tone control, threeway toggle and Grover 18:1 tuners.

PERFORMANCE

The AntiStar VI resembles a gigantic chunk of timber for certain, however, the guitar seems intimately streamlined and well-balanced. It is intended to be played standing up but sitting down is equally pleasurable because its Cprofile throat is ideally contoured for playing quickly and catching bar chords fast.

Chords sound large and daring, and each picked note pieces through with exact definition. I chose the AntiStar VI among the Finest of NAMM 2017 since it seems like it seems, and hammering it in a highgain amp will clearly convince you why.

The Prestige Guitars Todd "Dammit" Kerns AntiStar VI is an entire rock star guitar using vintageinfused appearances, killer playability and searing Fight tones.