Vesica announces Vesica Lead guitar

Vesica Lead features the VL Neck, designed for never-before-possible bending action

Tecumseh, Ontario (October 6, 2009) - VESICA Design Inc. has introduced The Vesica Lead, the electric guitar that redefines the musical landscape of expression and creativity and challenges you to take your craft to the next level.

The Vesica Lead utilizes the patent pending VL Neck, the evolution of guitar design that allows the guitarist to bend the strings away from the centre of the neck in the critical upper register. This unique design frees the strings from collisions and opens the door to a world of yet unheard musical and sonic creations.

The Vesica Lead electric guitar combines both traditional and modern elements to create a versatile and comfortable instrument that equips both the guitarist of today and the future with the ultimate in creative tools… unparalleled expression.

- Mahogany body and maple VL Neck with ebony fingerboard
- EMG-707TW and EMG-81TW active pickups
- Hipshot Baby Grand Bridge
- 3-way pickup selector
- Schaller M-6 Tuners and Graph Tech nut

Price: $2,299.00 U.S. ($2499.00 Canadian)

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