The German stalwart updates the popular 6-string with a three-dimensional, flame-maple top, and various Seymour Duncan pickup pairings.

Markneukirchen, Germany (June 8, 2019) -- The Framus Panthera Studio Supreme has also been revised and updated and now presents itself as the Panthera II Studio Supreme, with carved top. A three-dimensional top and strikingly curved contours, which are already familiar from the Framus Idolmaker make the Panthera II Studio Supreme unmistakable and extremely aesthetic. All instruments of the Masterbuilt and Teambuilt series feature Plek Fretwork with IFT – Invisible Fretwork Technology. All Masterbuilts come with rounded fret edges. All Framus Teambuilt guitars will be delivered with certificate of authenticity and original photo from 2019.

Framus Panthera II Studio Supreme Masterbuilt
The Framus Panthera II Studio Supreme Masterbuilt is manufactured in the custom shop in Markneukirchen/Germany. This noble Panthera II is equipped with mahogany body with matching electronic compartment cover made of wood, carved AAAA flamed maple top, set-in flamed maple or mahogany neck (depending on custom shop version) with tigerstripe ebony fretboard with 22 jumbo frets and fluorescent side dots, Graph Tech Ratio Locking tuners with wooden knobs, Graph Tech Black Tusq Low Friction nut, original Seymour Duncan pickups: APH-1N Alnico II Pro (neck), APS-1 RW/RP Alnico Pro II Staggered Single Coil (middle), SH-5 Custom (bridge), volume and tone controls (push/pull for humbucker split), 5-way switch, 2-way switch (lead free), TonePros Tune-o-Matic bridge and Warwick Security Locks. A handmade genuine leather RockBag® and an individual certificate of authenticity are included.

Made to order (custom shop).

For international pricing, please contact your local distributor or dealer.

Framus Panthera II Studio Supreme Teambuilt
The Framus Panthera II Studio Supreme German Pro Series Teambuilt is equipped with mahogany body with “Easy Access” electronic compartment cover, carved AAA flamed maple top, maple neck with tigerstripe ebony fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets nut, original Seymour Duncan pickups: APH-1N Alnico II Pro (neck), APS-1 RW/RP Alnico Pro II Staggered Single Coil (middle), SH-5 Custom (bridge), volume and tone controls (push/pull for humbucker split), 5-way switch, 2-way switch (lead free), TonePros Tune-o-Matic bridge and Warwick Security Locks.

The Framus Panthera II Studio Supreme Teambuilt is available in the following transparent high polish finishes: Nirvana Black, Antique Tobacco, Burgundy Blackburst, Lagoon Blue Burst and Vintage Sunburst. A Starline RockBag® is included.

For international pricing, please contact your local distributor or dealer.

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