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Ufnal Guitars Releases the Juicy Orange, Yellow Sixties, and Cream Machine

Ufnal Guitars Releases the Juicy Orange, Yellow Sixties, and Cream Machine
Juicy Orange

Three new models from the Polish luthier.

Malbork, Poland (September 8, 2014) -- If black has always been considered to be the color of luxury, elegance and style, orange is the new black then!

A beautiful birdseye maple neck in see-through finish combined with a delicious orange color over an alder body definitely has that attractive look that makes literally everyone stop by and appreciate the beauty of this guitar. But there is so much more than that on the inside: thoroughly picked hardware and hand-filed nut to ensure smooth tremolo action with no tuning loss, custom wound pickups that deliver that essential, juicy tone with less hum than you would expect of classic single coils (so you can easily turn up the gain and not worry about excessive hum), and slight carves on the backside of the body that let you reach the highest levels of the stratosphere with no limitations.

Yellow Sixties

There are many reasons to love the sixties, and we have picked our favorite one!

An all-time classic when it comes to electric guitars just gained a few modifications that make it a smooth player for modern musicians and strat-fans alike. A flame maple neck exposes the beauty of wood grains while delivering a bright, snappy tone captured by our hand-wired pickups. The electronics is specifically matched to the guitar, so is the tremolo bridge accompanied by locking vintage style tuners tuners and a hand-filed nut – all this to ensure proper tone, tuning stability and overall playability you would expect of a high class, custom made instrument... in the shape we all love. Because we are really passionate about making great designs even better!

With its sweet, warm and creamy tone and a gold pickguard, this guitar can remind you of one special instrument that the great Sultan of Swing used throughout the '80s...

But it's only a loose variation, because we tried to make our own mark on this classic design and take it to another level with some constructional changes. All rosewood neck provides a darker, thicker tone as opposed to typical maple-based necks. Still, it is balanced with alder body and traditionally hand-wound single coil pickups that maintain the clarity and openness of sound. And thanks to our little enhancements here and there, like carefully picked hardware, hand-filed nut and slightly modified body shape, this machine plays like a dream!

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