Balaguer Guitars Releases the Hyperion Bass

Pulling aesthetics from Ryan “Fluff” Bruce’s signature model Hyperion guitar, the Hyperion Bass has a slightly thicker body to evenly balance the weight and a 35″ scale.

Pottstown, PA (February 23, 2018) -- You asked for it, so we made it happen!  Pulling aesthetics from Ryan “Fluff” Bruce’s signature model Hyperion guitar, The Hyperion Bass has a slightly thicker body to evenly balance the weight and a 35″ scale for clear and punchy tone. Having a stripped down version via their Production Series, you can choose from two different finishes (Satin Silverburst or Satin Trans Black) for $1099. You can also opt to go for their Semi-Custom Series, which will allow you to choose your woods, scale length, and much more (starting at $999).

The Hyperion Bass features:

  • Mahogany Body (Satin Silverburst Finish)
  • 3 piece Mahogany Neck with Graphite Reinforcement Rods (Set-Neck construction)
  • Ebony Fingerboard (16″ Radius)
  • Pearloid Dot Inlays
  • 22 Medium Jumbo Stainless Steel Frets
  • Two J-Style Humbuckers
  • 2 Volumes, 1 Blend Knob
  • Vintage Balaguer Tuners
  • Hardtail Bridge
  • Graphite Nut

Pre-order now available:

The Hyperion Bass - $1,099 pre-order price

The Hyperion Bass Semi-Custom - $999 starting price

For more information:
Balaguer Guitars

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