Strandberg Introduces the Boden Metal Sarah Longfield Edition

Based on the popular Metal model, the guitars feature a chambered basswood body with a maple top and roasted maple neck with and ebony fretboard for a full yet punchy and cutting acoustic tonal character.

Riverside, CA (August 1, 2019) -- Fusing elements of modern metal with influences from an eclectic range of genres and sounds, Sarah Longfield has burst onto the music scene with her technical proficiency and original playing style. The new Boden Metal Sarah Longfield Edition models reflect who she is as a rising star in the electric guitar community as well as a thoughtful player and artist.

These stunning looking models prominently feature Sarah’s own "Black Doppler” artwork finish that was spontaneously created on her own custom Boden and is now meticulously applied on each production model guitar.

Based on the popular Metal model, the guitars feature a chambered Basswood body with Maple top and roasted Maple neck with Ebony fretboard for a full yet punchy and cutting acoustic tonal character. Combined with the cutting-edge Fishman™ Fluence™ Modern pickups and electronics, the guitars play and sound as amazing as they look, making them ideal for a variety playing styles and genres.

Available in 6-, 7-, and 8-string models

Boden Metal Sarah Longfield Edition Pricing:

  • $2395.00 (6-String)
  • $2449.00 (7-String)
  • $2495.00 (8-String)

For more information:
Strandberg Guitars


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