Caparison Dellinger-M3 & Horus-M3
Caparison guitars have introduced new models and upgrades of Japanese solid bodied electric guitars and basses.
The Dellinger-M3 series and Horus-M3 now incorporate composite tonewood bodies that feature a maple centre piece, enhancing note definition and mahogany wings designed to add a rich tone and sustain. The Dellinger-WM series and Horus-WM comprise a mahogany back and walnut top. For certain models, a choice of maple or ebony fingerboard is available featuring binding that now extends to the headstock.
The though-neck TAT series, bolt-on Dellinger-M3 series and Horus-M3 are now offered in two new, hand-applied sponge finishes ‘Snow Storm’ and ‘BlackRose’. Caparison’s Option Control is now available for the majority of Regular Series Models and provides a way of customizing the guitars electrics to suit the player’s requirements. An extra rotary control is fitted; its purpose depends on the customer specified ‘option’ of which there are four to choose from. Active EMG pickups are also a new option within most of the Regular Series models.
Caparison Guitars and Basses start from £1,679.
For more information: caparisonguitarcompany.com
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