Hailing all the way from the land of France, mathcore outfit The Dali Thundering Concept have garnered a lot of attention since the release of their record Savage earlier in April this past year. The Paris-based four-piece have been able to blend elements of prog, tech, and mathcore into one seamless package, and to prove it, guitarist Léo Natale is here with his custom Carillion Polaris guitar to play through their track “Utopia”! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the sweet thumpy tones of The Dali Thundering Concept, only right here, on Gear Gods!
If there’s one thing we have a soft spot for, it’s on-screen tabs in playthroughs. It’s truly the tell-tale sign of a band putting that last 10% of extra effort, and it definitely shows here. And as far as Léo’s playing goes, the dude runs the gamut of different guitar techniques; from low-end grooves and thumping to ambient chords and accompanying a sweet sax solo, it’s all here! And what better instrument to demonstrate his skills on than his beautiful Carillion Polaris 8 string, which looks sick as all get out.
As far as the specs of Léo’s Polaris are concerned, here’s the lowdown:
- Carillion Polaris 8 set neck.
- 27.5″ scale length
- burl Maple top, Basswood body
- 9 piece Flamed Maple / Walnut neck
- Ebony fingerboard, bound in Ebony
- Bare Knuckle Aftermath pickups
- Hipshot fixed bridge and locking tuners
- Polyester lacquered / Black burst