With the AZ-10, Framus remembers ancient goodnesses and represents a classic of the former company history in a modernized form. This exquisitely processed full resonance archtop jazzguitar orientates itself to the homonymous instrument series which was built in the 60s for jazz-legend Attila Zoller, and played by him for a long time. The available dual pickup version follow thereby the AZ-10 models of the mid-60s. The instrument has a massive, arched Spruce top. Architraves, ground and glued-in neck are of massive Flamed Maple, and a Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard with custom inlays. All woods are selected carefully and guarantee excellent vibration characteristics. For an adequate sound, there are two specially balanced MEC humbucker, which are mounted floating together with the 5-layer Celluloid pickguard. Tonal, the new double pickup AZ-10 evidently speaks fluently jazz, offers however, with a more flexible pick up assembly than its single pickup sister, a lot more than only the classic glove-tone in highest perfection, and so it's the ideal partner for all varieties of this genre. The familiar super-playability invites to endless excursions across the perfect fingerboard and makes it difficult to put the AZ-10 aside. For open-minded jazz guitarists this is an absolute oneiric instrument, if not even the guitar for life.