Caparison Guitars Unveils the FX-AM Series

The new models include the Horus FX-AM, Dellinger II FX-AM, and Dellinger 7 FX-AM.

Cardiff, United Kingdom (December 3, 2018) -- Caparison Guitars is proud to announce the release of the new 2019 FX-AM Series, comprised of three models; the Horus FX-AM, Dellinger II FX-AM and Dellinger 7 FX-AM. All available in Dark Blue Matt, Dark Black Matt or Dark Green Matt Finishes.

The 6 string Horus FX-AM & Dellinger II FX-AM are priced at US$2,549 (Europe €2,659), The 7 string Dellinger 7 FX-AM is priced at US$2,799 (Europe €2,929).

With their unusual Light Ash and Maple composite bodies the FX-AM models, when played clean, gives you a deliciously sweet and sublime tone that chimes with a bright shimmering high note and a focused and sustained low end. Turn up the gain however and you have in your hands an uncompromising rock monster! The Caparison pickups help to define and intensify every note, enhancing the already extraordinary sonic qualities of these remarkable guitars. Available in new finishes, Dark Blue Matt, Dark Black & Dark Green Matt.

The Hipshot Fixed Bridge has solid steel saddles with a crisp string relief edge, eliminating any dull tones, maximising string vibration and will stay solid no matter how hard you thrash. The striking ebony fingerboard, now with signature Caparison Clock inlays, further enhances the sharp aesthetics of the FX-AM models and the luminous side fret marker dots are a cool and practical addition. Equipped with a 5-piece Maple and Walnut neck, Hipshot locking tuners and a Graph Tech Black TUSQ nut for maximum tuning stability.

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