Nebelung Guitars Unveils the Riffmeister

A limited number will feature Railhammer Hyper Vintage pickups.

Horten, Norway (April 17, 2015) -- Nebelung Guitars is pleased to announce the release of the Riffmeister model. Here at Nebelung Guitars, a lot of time has been spent developing original instruments with a strong personal identity. The line-up consists of five different models, each with their own unique personality. The Riffmeisters sharp curves and retro look, is combined with body contours that gives  the instrument a modern feel. It features the much-prized Korina tone wood in body and neck. Specs include Rosewood fretboard, 24,74” scale length, medium “C” neck profile and jumbo frets. The great-sounding pickups are medium-hot P-90’s or Humbuckers. (A limited run of guitars are also made with Railhammer Hyper Vintage pickups).Tuners, bridge and the rest of the hardware, is made by Wilkinson. The customer can choose between the following colors: White, Black, Pelham Blue, Metallic Red or Metallic Gray.

$895 street

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