Solar Guitars Announces First Ever Bolt-On Models

The six new guitars are based on the company's Type AB and Type SB body styles.

Zug, Switzerland (June 26, 2020) -- Solar Guitars -the brand created by Ola Englund - who’s recognized as a member of notable Swedish metal groups The Haunted and Feared, is very proud to announce the addition of new bolt-on models, Type AB and Type SB.

AB1.6FRN: 949 $/€ suggested street pricing. Natural Brown matte finish

6 string Type AB bolt on – Swamp ash body – 3 piece roasted maple neck (thin C profile) with roasted maple fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – Floyd Rose 1000 bridge – Duncan Solar HH pickups – 1 volume control w/ push pull for series / parallel – 1 tone control w/ push pull for series / parallel - 3 way blade switch

AB1.6HTPB: 849 $/€ suggested street pricing. Red Purple Burst matte finish.

6 string Type AB bolt on – swamp ash body – 3 piece roasted maple neck (thin C profile) with roasted maple fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – Hipshot USA bridge – Duncan Solar HH pickups – 1 volume control w/ push pull for series / parallel – 1 tone control w/ push pull for series / parallel - 3 way blade switch

AB1.6S: 999 $/€ suggested street pricing. Antique Silver matte finish.

6 string Type AB bolt on – Alder body – 3 piece roasted maple neck (thin C profile) with roasted maple fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – EverTune bridge – Duncan Solar HH pickups – 1 volume control w/ push pull for series / parallel – 1 tone control w/ push pull for series / parallel - 3 way blade switch

AB1.7C: 1099 $/€ suggested street pricing. Carbon (black matte) finish.

7 string Type AB bolt on – Alder Body – 3 piece roasted maple neck (thin C profile) with roasted maple fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – EverTune bridge – Duncan Solar HS pickups – 1 volume control w/ push pull for series / parallel – 1 tone control w/ push pull for series / parallel - 3 way blade switch

SB1.6FRFM: 999 $/€ suggested street pricing. Flame Natural matte finish.

6 string Type SB bolt on – Mahogany body w/ flamed maple veneer – 5 piece maple / jatoba maple neck (thin C profile) with ebony fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – Floyd Rose 1000 vibrato – Duncan Solar HH pickups – 1 volume control – 1 tone control - 5 way blade switch

SB1.7FRFM: 1099 $/€ suggested street pricing. Flame Natural matte finish.

7 string Type SB bolt on – Mahogany body w/ flamed maple veneer – 5 piece maple / jatoba maple neck (thin C profile) with ebony fretboard fingerboard – 25,5” scale - 24 stainless steel frets – Luminlay side dots – Solar locking tuners – Floyd Rose 1000 vibrato – Duncan Solar HH pickups – 1 volume control – 1 tone control - 5 way blade switch

All six guitars are immediately available from the Solar Guitars web-store: www.solar-guitars.com, and selected dealers.

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