Tested By Art Thompson There’s no question that Nashville session ace Brent Mason is one scary mofo, and when he puts his signature on a guitar—well, it kinda goes without saying that it has to be a pretty hip ax. The result of a collaboration between Mason and custom guitar maker Valley Arts (an ex-California custom guitar company now owned by Gibson), the Brent Mason Signature Custom Pro is based on the Joe-Glaser-modified 1968 Fender Telecaster that Mason has used on countless sessions for the last 15-plus years. The Signature’s most notable features are its Gibson mini-humbucker in the neck position, Duncan Hot Stack for Strat humbucker in the middle slot, and Duncan Classic Stack for Tele humbucker at the bridge.
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