Ola Englund has capped off a huge year for his Solar Guitars imprint, releasing four brand new seven string models for the point-loving shred-head.
Featuring two S-style guitars, a V and Explorer shape, Solar's new models are all fitted with quality Duncan Solar pickups - a standard build spec for nearly all Solar Guitars. The V2.7C and E2.7C feature mahogany bodies with three-piece maple necks, as well as ebony fretboards and 24 super jumbo frets. They both have a 25.5" scale build, 18:1 Solar tuners and Tune-o-matic bridges for enhanced sustain and tuning stability, while a coil-splitting feature allows for further tonal variations onstage.
Meanwhile, the Solar A1.7TBR features a swamp ash body veneer with a maple neck and ebony fretboard combination, with Luminlay side dots making sure you never fret astray even under darkness. It boasts a larger 26.5" scale, as well as an EverTune bridge, a single tone control and a five-way pickup selector switch. Finally, the A2.7W features a mahogany body with a maple neck and board, as well as a Tune-o-matic bridge, 26.5" scale and a White Matte finish.
Solar Guitars are distributed in Australia via Industrie Music.