Metalin' Guitars Announces Two New Standard Models

The guitars feature 24-fret Moses graphite necks and Seymour Duncan Phat Cat pickups.

Saint James, MO (December 10, 2014) -- Following their line of custom guitars, and TOC Standard line, Metalin’ has released two new standard models which will act as their base for all AOC customs to come.

Both guitars feature a solid billet aluminum-bodied, closed-chambered system. Two standard milled finish options adorn the instruments as well as ability to fully customize each guitar. Specialty 24-fret Moses graphite necks and Seymour Duncan Phat Cat pickups bring the smooth playing and great tone. No detail was overlooked with these fine guitars that sustains for days.


  • Lightweight solid aluminum bodies with custom options available at no charge
  • Moses Graphite 24-fret neck
  • Broad tonal range
  • Customizable finishes and anodizing available
  • Sustains for days

Street: $2899

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Metalin Guitars

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