Balaguer Guitars Unleashes the Espada Synthwave

This is their first foray into the world of graphic guitars with the synthwave decal affixed to the top.

Pottstown, PA (January 13, 2021) -- Balaguer Guitars have unleashed an 80’s synthwave themed guitar - The Synthwave Espada. This is their first foray into the world of graphic guitars, with the synthwave decal affixed to the top of the guitar, paired with the cosmic holographic sparkle finish on the back, sides and headstock of the guitar. The Synthwave Espada is loaded with a set of Balaguer humbuckers, a hardtail bridge, stainless steel frets, and locking tuners. These are available now and ready for shipment.

Espada Synthwave Specs:

  • Alder body
  • Roasted Quartersawn Maple neck (bolt on construction)
  • Ebony fingerboard (16” Radius)
  • Pearloid Dot inlays
  • Luminlay Side Dots
  • 25.5” scale, 22 medium jumbo stainless steel frets
  • 18:1 ratio locking tuners
  • Graphtech Nut (1 11/16” width)
  • Modern 6-inline headstock (angled with straight string pull)
  • Balaguer Brass Hardtail Bridge
  • Evergreen Humbucker in the bridge (8.9k output, Alnico V magnet)
  • Evergreen Humbucker in the neck (7.9k output, Alnico V magnet)
  • 1 Volume with Push/Pull Coil Split
  • 3-Way blade switch
  • Synthwave Decal / Cosmic Sparkle back, sides and headstock
  • Padded Gig Bag Included

Synthwave Espada: $1399

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