Trayser brand is manufactured in Austria by luthiers Cristop Pircker Lora and George.
The guitars are handmade in small batches and with love!
The body consists of a glued flamed maple top on a mahogany one piece. Standard finish: wild tobacco flame (as pictured) returns to the veins wonders of the table.
The bridge with his vibrato is like Vintage ABM.
The handle 22 frets maple is lined with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard inlaid with abalone and benchmarks jumbo frets. The radius of the handle 10'-16 facilitates the game by agreements after being rounded handle and ending almost flat for a more comfortable access to high notes.
The pickups are wound humbucker Trayser hand. They are controlled by a 5-way switching, allowing intermediate positions 2 and 4 using each of them in single coil, in addition to the 3 position that connects the neck and bridge humbucker in series.
Electronic side, there is a volume and tone common to the two microphones
What about a guitar made in an artist's studio, which produced all in all 7-8 year, if not a work of art!
The handle, given its particular radius, the materials and the care taken in manufacturing of optimum comfort whatever the type of game and allows excellent access to the notes, regardless of its position on the handle.
The body of the guitar blends in with the guitarist as well as by the attention paid to ergonomics in general and the sensuality of forms and colors of it.
The sound of the "beast" vacuum is excellent, accurate and balanced, with strong sustain. We find these qualities once a trendy ...
It's an eclectic guitar to suit all tastes and types of situation.
The sound is warm humbucker pickups, most accurate and balanced as well suited for jazz, blues rock and metal but also compelling for casseroles Funck, rhythmic arpeggios of all kinds, for use in single coil or coupled .
I loved the sound full, heavy, serious heat on tube amps, which are highly detailed, revealing the subtleties of each game and I find it excellent for metal and shred on.
I had the opportunity to meet one of the luthiers who made a presentation day at the distributor Ambertech ( http://www.guitar-import.com/ ) . I have tried this gem a couple of hours and discuss every detail with the developer.
The disadvantage of such instruments is that their quality has a price-related, even if it remains consistent.
This model is taken into account in their choice for a guitar that can probably keep for life.