The Hyperion Standard boasts two Balaguer humbuckers, while the Hyperion T showcases a more classic pairing with a single-coil in the bridge position.

Pottstown, PA (September 16, 2019) -- Balaguer Guitars have re-imagined their Hyperion model and have also added the new Hyperion T Standard to the line-up. They've sculpted the heel and cutaway to give a more ergonomic feel, made the body slightly thicker, changed the headstock to a reverse 6-inline, and have changed the pickguard shape to bring this model to the modern forefront. The Hyperion Standard boasts two Balaguer Humbuckers, while the Hyperion T showcases a more classic pairing with a singlecoil in the bridge position. Whether you play rock, metal, or country the new Hyperion Standard and Hyperion T Standard will feel right at home.

Hyperion Standard Specs:

  • Mahogany body (black binding)
  • Mahogany neck (set-neck construction
  • Ebony fingerboard (16” Radius) with white binding
  • Pearloid block inlays
  • 25.5” scale, 22 medium jumbo frets
  • 18:1 ratio locking tuners
  • Graphtech Nut (1 11/16” width)
  • Modern 6-inline headstock (angled with straight string pull)
  • Tuneomatic bridge with stop tailpiece
  • Feral Humbucker in the bridge (12.5k output, Alnico V magnet)
  • Evergreen Humbucker in the neck (7.9k output, Alnico V magnet)
  • Available in Gloss White

Hyperion T Standard Specs:

  • Mahogany body (white binding)
  • Mahogany neck (set-neck construction)
  • Ebony fingerboard (16” Radius) with white binding
  • Pearloid block inlays
  • 25.5” scale, 22 medium jumbo frets
  • 18:1 ratio locking tuners
  • Graphtech Nut (1 11/16” width)
  • Modern 6-inline headstock (angled with straight string pull)
  • Wilkinson WTB bridge with brass compensated saddles
  • Austral Singlecoil in the bridge (7.3k output, Alnico IV magnet)
  • Evergreen Humbucker in the neck (7.9k output, Alnico V magnet)
  • Available in Gloss Metallic Crushed Blue

Hyperion T Standard: $799

Hyperion Standard: $849

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