Nik Huber Orca 59 Super Hollow Tiger Eye Burst & Brazilian Fingerboard #62265
Sold by us originally and now back in unplayed condition! Save £1000 on the new price! Another Super Spec Orca 59 with One Piece Exceptional Flame Maple Top, Curly Maple Bound Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard and Superhollow. Weighs only 6lb 8oz! Every box ticked with this one!!
As always, awesome quality from Nik!
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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.
- Colour: Tiger Eye Burst
- Top Wood: One Piece Exceptional Flame Maple
- Back Wood: Super Hollow Mahogany
- Number of Frets: 22
- Scale Length: 25"
- Fretboard Wood: Brazilian Rosewood
- Fretboard Inlays: Crown Mother of Pearl Trapez
- Fretboard Binding: Curly Maple
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Neck Shape: 59
Tiger Eye Burst
One Piece Exceptional Flame Maple
Super Hollow Mahogany
Number of Frets
Crown Mother of Pearl Trapez
Bridge and Stoptail
3 Way Toggle with Coil Taps
With Top Quality Huber Shaped Hard Case and Certificate
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