Viktorian Guitars Unveils New Status Guitars

Denver, CO (January 23, 2013) – Uncompromising tones and gorgeous finishes combined with audio grade components and accurate hardware, Viktorian’s new Status line offers custom shop appearance and attention

Denver, CO (January 23, 2013) – Uncompromising tones and gorgeous finishes combined with audio grade components and accurate hardware, Viktorian’s new Status line offers custom shop appearance and attention to details with a price tag that won’t break the bank.

Viktorian’s high tech approach to guitar building yields unbelievably rich and resonant tones with an almost endless sustain in a rugged and road ready package. Both Ruth and Grace models feature:

• 3 new finish patterns
• Modified 25” scale
• Custom Pickups tailored to sound best in HB mode and in single mode
• Paper-In-Oil tone capacitors and Bourns Pro Audio controls that retain the most of your tone
• Volume, Tone and Body controls help to shape your perfect sound
• Brass alloy frets for accurate attack

All guitars are individually hand built at Viktorian workshop in Denver Colorado. Suggested retail price is $4,450, (Street price: $3,279)

For more information:
www.viktorian.com

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