Thoth

Model:     Thoth

Body:      Walnut and Ash 

Neck:      Maple

Fretboard:  Rosewood

Scale:     648mm

Frets:       22

Tremolo:    Bigsby B50

Bridge:     Boston Roller              Sadles

            Tune o Matic               B250C

Tuners:   Boston locking              tuners chrome           pearl white buttons

Pickup: Bridge:   

Custom Filtertron style guitar bridge pickup nickel

Resistance:4.8K

Magnet: Alnico 2 Bar

Wire: 1P Shield wire

         Neck: 

Reisistance: 4K

Magnet: Alnico 2 Bar

Wire: 1P Shield wire

Controls:    Volume,Tone

             3way Toggle              switch

Case:      Hardcase

Thoth, Egyptian Djhuty, in Egyptian religion, a god of the moon, of reckoning, of learning, and of writing. He was held to be the inventor of writing, the creator of languages, the scribe, interpreter, and adviser of the gods, and the representative of the sun god, Re. His responsibility for writing was shared with the goddess Seshat. The cult of Thoth was centred in the town of Khmunu (Hermopolis; modern Al-Ashmūnayn) in Upper Egypt.


Thoth, represented in human form with an ibis's head, detail from the Greenfield Papyrus, c. 950 BCE
Copyright British Museum
In the myth of Osiris, Thoth protected Isis during her pregnancy and healed the eye of her son, Horus, which had been wounded by Osiris’s adversary Seth. He weighed the hearts of the deceased at their judgment and reported the result to the presiding god, Osiris, and his fellow judges. Thoth’s sacred animals were the ibis and the baboon; millions of mummified bodies of those animals have been found in cemeteries near Hermopolis and Memphis. Thoth was usually represented in human form with an ibis’s head. The Greeks identified Thoth with their god Hermes and termed him “Thoth, the thrice great” (Hermes Trismegistos). Important philosophical works were attributed to Hermes Trismegistos.

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