Like a blazing ember, this instrument attracts attention and captivates the viewer. Depending on the incidence of light, the contrasts of the intense grain of the Bubinga top changes quite as if the wood were alive and a steady stream of lava pulsates inside the instrument. No less spectacular marked with its fine black lines as if a painter had drawn them with a fine charcoal pencil is the Black Limba, which forms the contrasting foundation for the body. Pickup caps and tuners buttons in Satin Pearl cleverly accentuate the hardware area. To match this contrast, the bubinga neck received an ebony fingerboard with an exciting marbling. On the back, the copper cover picks up the red tones of the wood and adds a tasteful detail to the not less exciting back of the guitar.
24 jumbo, stainless steel
Schaller M6 locking
Häussel VIN A2
Häussel TOZZ XL
neck & bridge separately, 500kOhm
neck & bridge separately, 500kOhm, 22nf