Jericho Guitars Unveils the Fusion 26.9"

The Fusion comes features a Hipshot bridge and either Seymour Duncan or Bare Knuckle pickups.

Texas (February 24, 2015) -- Expanding on their existing line of electric guitars, Jericho Guitars has forged together the greatest aspects of your favorite classic guitar builds both visually and audibly to give you the Fusion 26.9”. This modern guitar truly stands alone in its own unique space while still accomplishing the widest array of tonal qualities that existed before its creation.

The Fusion comes loaded with all-American components and a range of sound capabilities that adds volumes to any style or situation both live and in the studio.

Features:

  • Seymour Duncan Pickups – Upgradable to Bare Knuckle Pickups
  • Hipshot Fixed Bridge
  • Individually coil-split volume controls
  • 26.9” Scale neck
  • Mahogany Body and Neck
  • Many variations of top and color

Fusion 26.9” has a retail price of $1399.99 and can be purchased directly from Jericho Guitars for $899.99.

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