About the Original Steinberger GM4T
The product of a liaison between Genesis’ Mike Rutherford and graphite wizard Ned Steinberger, the Steinberger ‘M’ Series was an early product of Gibson’s investment in the company. The earlier models with flat fronts and bound, sheer edges like this one were made at the Steinberger facility in Newburgh, USA.
‘G’ indicates it’s a guitar, ‘M’ that it’s an ‘M’ series, ‘4’ shows it has one humbucker and two single coil pickups, and ‘’T’ denotes ‘Transtrem’ (lots of useful references like this and many others at Las Vegas’ dealer Ed Roman Guitars’ web site).
|Neck Construction||Bolt On||Truss Rod Adj.||Yes|
|Color||Black||Neck||Graphite (Brand New)|
|Nut Width||1 1/2″||Pickups||EMG Active Circuit|
|Binding||Top Body Binding||Tuners||In The Bridge|
|Extras||Like New Condition, New Neck, Trans Trem.||Preamp|