[Musikmesse] Zerberus Morpheus II
During the Musikmesse Zerberus Guitars presented the Morpheus II, a solid-body electric guitar aimed at covering a wide spectrum of tonal characteristics and styles.
According to Zerberus, the philosophy behind this guitar was to build a robust and versatile guitar that would meet any and all professional demands, but which also would have a strong on-stage visual credibility. Its set neck joint construction, string-through-body configuration, powerful passive electronics, resonant timbers and high-sustain hard-tail bridge are aimed at delivering a powerful, penetrating sound without ever getting muddy or distorted.
In clean humbucker mode, the guitar lends itself to soft, melodic jazz; but if you turn up the gain, the Morpheus exhibits a darker, aggressive personality. The fast attack and low-noise circuitry make it ideal for heavy metal, enabling the Morpheus II to howl and scream through any high-gain solo. But when switched to coil-splitting mode, the character of the guitar changes so dramatically it's difficult to believe it's still the same instrument, making it a guitar ideal for blues, rock-and-roll, or country music, with a raunchy vintage twang.
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