Saturday, September 09, 2017


Hey everyone!

We have a new model for you all! This one is called the "Syrtis" and is coming in as a replacement for the Huntsman model. The Huntsman didn't quite turn out as we'd intended and as such, never quite felt right. The Syrtis is much closer to what we originally had in mind and is a lot more ergonomic and tactile.

This model involves quite a lot of "firsts" for us. This is our first multi-scale build and presented some interesting challenges along with it. Thankfully all went well and this model heralds us offering multi-scale builds as a custom option on all builds.

Secondly, it's a first prototype of a new "Resin Channel" body structure. Each of the body segments is connected via clear resin channels that run all the way through the body. This provides not only an interesting aesthetic but allows for some new ways for our clients to customise their guitars. You could mix and match central body and wing segments in different woods and colours to provide some really cool combinations! Not to mention, different coloured resins or inlaid LED lighting along the channels.

This particular Syrtis is made of Australian Jarre Burl with a Macassar Ebony neck & Bocote fretboard. We think it looks very striking and love the mottled & cracked nature of the Jarre.




















Body
Jarre Burl & Clear Resin Channels

Neck
Bolt on joint
1 Piece Macassar Ebony 

Fretboard
Bocote
Luminlay® Fret Marker Dots
27" - 25.5" Multiscale with 6th Neutral Fret
24 Stainless Steel Frets (Medium/Jumbo)

Hardware
Graphtech® Black Ratio Locking Tuners
ABM® Black Single Saddle Bridge
Macassar Ebony, Maple & Luminlay® Knobs
Graphtech® Black TUSQ® Nut
 Black Straplocks
2 way Truss Rod

Electrics
Bare Knuckle Pickups® Painkillers 
500k CTS Volume Pots
500k CTS DPDT Tone Pot (Coil Split)
Switchcraft® Output Jack
 3 Way Lever Switch


Finish 
Tung Oil 
Satin Cellulose (Headstock Faceplate)


Hope you like this one as much as we do! Remember to like and follow us on all the social media, for all the latest news! FacebookTwitter & Instagram. We also have a main website for all enquiries - Stone Wolf Guitars

Many thanks!
All the best,
Mike & Martin