Jericho Guitars Unveils Edge Series Electric Guitars

Both 6- and 7-string versions are available in Standard (25.75”) and Baritone (27”) scale lengths, while the 8-string version carries a 27” scale.

Plano, Texas (April 23, 2016) -- The very first of its kind: We are excited to bring you our first Standard Scale Electric Guitar proudly featuring the new scale length, 25.75”. Both 6 and 7 string versions are available in Standard (25.75”) and Baritone (27”) scale lengths, while the 8 string versions proudly carry a 27” scale with 5-ply (Maple/Walnut/Maple/Walnut/Maple) neck-through construction.

All versions of Edge Series feature a hand-selected/lightly weighted/lightly finished walnut body giving the guitar a tangibly sharper attack, sweetened midrange, firm/quick low-end and resonation from top to bottom. All accompanying woods and components are designed around these properties and feature maple necks to define the highs, leaving you with an insanely resonant/strongly defined tone that is unmistakably tight and fully focused.

The series is available in 3 tiers: Bolt-on, Neck-Through and Premium Edition. The Premium version is distinctly decked out in a ¼” Wenge top, Wenge Fretboard, 5-ply (Wenge/Walnut/Wenge/Walnut/Wenge) neck-through construction and custom made Black Hipshot bridge and locking tuners with Gold fitted thumbscrews.

Edge Series Specifics:

  • 25.75" or 27" Scale Lengths
  • Open-Pore Finish
  • Jericho Alnico V Hand Wound Pickups (Edge Premium SD Nazul/Sentient)
  • Choice of Natural or Transparent Black stains
  • 1 Vol/1 Tone/ 3 Way w/ Push-Pull Tone Knob (coil split/deactivates magnet)

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