The guitar is extremely clean, though I did play it a fair amount. No dings or play wear to note, just a little tarnish on the bridge and a bit of pick swirl on the pickguard.
Here are specs from this particular example, and a bunch of info from the manufacturer, below:
Case: Orig gig bag (I can easily ship this safely, don't worry!)
Nut width: 1.687"
Scale length: 25"
Neck thickness at first fret: .86"
Neck thickness at 12th fret: .965"
Weight: 7lbs 12oz.
Mondata switching system:
The Rivolta Mondata features a first for Dennis Fano: it's his first design to incorporate a double switching system, including a selector switch for the bridge and neck pickups, and a mode switch. The mode switch has 3 positions:
- "Standard" (toggle down: no middle pickup, only bridge and/or neck pickup, selected via upper toggle)
- "Combo" (toggle in the middle: middle pickup + bridge and/or neck pickup, selected via upper toggle)
- "Override" (toggle up: middle pickup only, upper toggle bypassed)
- Chambered mahogany body w/ mahogany top
- German carve top w/ raised center block
- White binding on front and back
- Set maple neck
- Pau Ferro fingerboard w/ white binding
- Full width moto block inlays
- 3+3 peghead w/ white binding
- 25" scale length
- 1.687" nut width
- C' shape neck carve
- 3x 'Fumante' Mini-Humbuckers
-Bridge: 42AWG / Alnico V / 7.5kOhm
-Middle: 42AWG / Alnico V / 6.8kOhm
-Neck: 42AWG / Alnico V / 6.2kOhm
- Master volume, master tone, 2 toggle switches
- Kluson style tuners
- Tune-o-matic bridge w/ traditional nylon saddles & stop tailpiece