Oktober Guitars Releases the New Wraith Electric Guitar

The Oktober Wraith is available worldwide and can be ordered directly from the Oktober Guitars website.

Ellicott, MD (May 29, 2012) – Oktober Guitars announced the release of their new Wraith electric guitar.  The new model is the latest addition to their line of distinct designs. The Oktober Wraith is available worldwide and can be ordered directly from the Oktober Guitars website. 

The Wraith’s solid mahogany neck and body are matched with Oktober Blockhead pickups. Standard features include a 24 ¾ scale length and 12” radius ebony fretboard, inlayed with mother of pearl diamonds.

Standard Options Include:
• Solid mahogany neck and body
• Set neck construction
• Premium bound ebony fretboard with mother of pearl diamond inlays
• 24 fret neck
• 24 ¾” scale
• Floyd Rose Special tremolo (non-recessed)
• Oktober Blockhead pickups BH1 (bridge) and BH2 (neck)
• Form-fitting Oktober hard shell case
•  Jet Black finish

List price:$ 1099.00 USD
Factory Direct: $ 599.99 USD

For more information visit:
www.oktoberguitars.com

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