2021 Custom ordered Krautster II Custom in Faded Candy Apple Red Semi Gloss. Stunning guitar brought new in May 2021 and in as new condition. This is a very High Spec Light weight Custom model Krautster II with Double Bound Body, Bound Neck with Ebony fingerboard and Mother of Pearl Block Inlays. It has a stunning Flame Maple Neck and the finish is a custom colour option as is the light weight Spanish Cedar body and weighs in at 6lb 3oz!! Its got the slightly thinner 60's neck profile too and is a very simular Dan Steinhardts Krautster which features on 'That Pedal Show' regularly. Sounds amazing as ever with Haussel pickups, very versatile with coil split on the Humbucker and the '1956' P90 sounding rich and warm. Basically a super high spec Krautster II in as new condition. With lead times on new one over 12 months, this is a rare guitar to find in stock...
As always, incredible, awesome quality from Nik. You cannot make a better quality guitar!
BODY Colour: Faded Candy Apple Red Body : Spanish Cedar
NECK Number Of Frets: 22 Scale Length: 25" Fretboard Wood: East Indian Rosewood Fretboard Inlays: Mother of Pearl Blocks Neck Wood: Flame Maple with Satin Finish Neck Shape: 60's
HARDWARE Bridge Hardware: Stoptail Tuners: Gotoh/Huber 510 Open Gear
ELECTRONICS Bass Pickup: Haussel P90 '1956' Treble Pickup: Haussel Krautster Humbucker Pickup Switching: 3 Way Toggle with Coil Tap on humbucker
ADDITIONAL INFO Weight: 6lbs 3oz With Top Quality Huber Hard Case And Certificate
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Nik-Huber-Guitars was founded by Nik Huber in 1996. Since then, the company grew slowly but constantly. Today a team of 5 highly skilled specialists is building around 120 instruments a year. All hand-crafted.
Since the first attendance at the Frankfurt Musik Messe in 1997, Nik Huber Guitars gained a worldwide reputation as a serious manufacturer of high-class electric-guitars.
In 1999 the expanding company moved to a commercial park in its hometown, Rodgau – 20 km south of Frankfurt/Germany, and resides now in a fully, state-of-the-art equipped workshop.