Guitar made in Poland, 100% handmade.
Having the chance to be sponsored by Mayones in 2006 I have a special model. (I'm not sponsored by this brand so I do not do publicitée and am completely free of my comments)
Corp. ash, maple table tabby, driver handle 11 rooms (Maple-Mahogany-Wenge-Amazaque)
ebony fingerboard with a 3-ply binding, cargo 24 medium-jumbo (Radius 14-16)
Seymour Duncan Humbucker 2 (SH2 neck / SH10 brigde), 3-way selector switch, 1 volume, tone 0.
Mechanical Sperzel locked, Cordier ABM fixed.
The balance of the instrument is perfect, its Gabarie too.
Broad but thin handle, very comfortable for long use, not necessarily recommended for pure solo seat but big rhythm.
Access to acute is beautiful and reasonable weight. (Barely heavier than a Stratocaster, the mahogany model must be heavier)
This guitar plays alone ....
The sound is exceptional versatility, from jazz to metal.
The choice for the ash body and ebony key is against-swing loss of neck-biting while keeping the eternal sustain this round with string through.
The clean sound is very round and warm while keeping the slamming.
The popping sound is a precision foolproof both rhythmic solo.
I use it for 7 years now and this is a wonderful guitar.
I worked in a music store that allowed me to test hundreds of guitars and I never found anything as easy to play as versatile and staying on top of each style.
Who was at the time a contract with this brand I can not disclose the price of this guitar so I do not speak of the quality / price ratio but when you play this instrument you feel like you have always played with.
I often use it on stage and it is an absolute comfort and weight and balance is excellent.
The Rolls Royce of guitars from all points of view.