Dunable Guitars Unveils the DE Series

Each model comes standard with Dunable Cthulhu pickups, with custom setup, pickups, and hardware.

Tempe, AZ (November 19, 2020) -- Introducing the Dunable DE Series of guitars created for those who want the unique features and high quality build that's synonymous with Dunable Customs at an affordable price. Produced in Asia at one of the world's most respected manufacturing facilities, with the same stringent quality control we are known for here in the USA.

We are blown away at the quality of these guitars, and believe that at this price, you won’t find a a better guitar.

Now preordering our Cyclops and R2 models, both in two colors options. Each comes standard with Dunable Cthulhu pickups, with custom setup, pickups, hardware, and case upgrades also available when ordering through our website. The guitars are already in production and are expected to ship in early Spring 2021.

Introductory, early bird pricing is:

$899 Cyclops (normally $1099)

$999 R2 (normally $1199)

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