Ernie Ball Music Man Announces New St. Vincent Signature Guitar

The new model features Schaller locking tuners, 5-way pick up selector with custom configuration, and three mini humbuckers.

Los Angeles, CA (August 27, 2015) -- Ernie Ball Music Man is proud to announce an imaginative new signature guitar with Grammy-award winning musician and guitarist St. Vincent. Envisioned and designed by St. Vincent with support from the award-winning engineering team at Ernie Ball Music Man, the unique electric guitar was crafted to perfectly fit her form, playing style and to reflect her personal style.

Crafted in Ernie Ball Music Man’s San Luis Obispo, California factory the St. Vincent signature is available in black and custom Vincent Blue, a color hand-mixed by Annie. Featuring an African mahogany body, custom Ernie Ball Music Man tremolo, gunstock oil and hand-rubbed rosewood neck and finger board, St. Vincent inlays, Schaller locking tuners, 5-way pick up selector with custom configuration, 3-mini humbuckers, the guitar comes complete with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky guitar strings.

“I’m extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to design a guitar this personal with this company, this family, in whom I believe so completely,” says Annie Clark (St. Vincent). “The entirety of my experience as a guitarist is invested in this instrument. I sought to create a tool that would help and inspire those who share my priorities in a guitar, namely that it be comfortable and lightweight and that it exhibit clean lines, all without sacrificing tone flexibility. It is with pride that I present the St. Vincent Signature Ernie Ball Music Man Guitar.”

St. Vincent debuted the guitar to the world as she took the stage at Taylor Swift’s Los Angeles concert this Tuesday to perform alongside Swift and legendary musician, Beck.

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