Frank Stallone, who announced the creation of his own guitar company in 2019, has beefed up his brand’s lineup with his latest electric guitar – the Percheron.
Grammy-nominated Stallone – Sylvester’s brother – first embarked on his violin making journey with business partner Gary “GJ” Panepinto with the double Tiger cut, though the pair have now turned their attention to a contemporary design in simple fit for the brand. last ax, which features an alder body and maple cap.
These woods are paired with a quarter-bolted five-bolt maple neck, which in turn aligns alongside a 22-fret, 14-inch radius rosewood fingerboard. Other equipment includes a 42.164mm Tone Ninja nut, dual-action tuning rod adjusted via a spoke wheel in the heel, and a lightweight aluminum Nashville tune-o-matic bridge.
Available in a variety of satin and glossy colors – Natural, Wine, Turquoise, Green, Blue or Yellow – which have been hand rubbed with Poly Oil blend for durability, the guitar also features a 25 “scale. and a die-cast zinc tailpiece.
In terms of pickups, the Percheron dual humbucker comes with a Seymour Duncan Jazz Model neck and Seymour Duncan JB bridge, which are controlled via the simplified control layout including a master volume and tone control.
Another sonic variety is accessed via the tone knob, which features a push / push coil splitter pot that lets you explore the single coil sounds of the neck humbucker. The control layout is completed with a three-way pickup selector.
Commenting on the new offering, Stallone said, âWe want to be the catalyst that helps people enjoy their passion for the guitar. “
The brand’s chief luthier, Richard Dias, who said he wanted to create a versatile six-string, added: – muscular beast.
The Percheron is currently available for a special pre-order price of $ 1,599, which will drop to $ 1,999 during regular production.
Find out more at Frank Stallone Guitars.