Another season, another lineup of really nice Ernie Ball Music Man Family Reserve instruments. They are:
The Cutlass Classic Fifty-Eight celebrates vintage guitars with a 3-tone Sunburst finish, Roasted Alder body, Roasted Maple neck, and a light Nitrocellulose lacquer. The Cutlass Classic Fifty-Eight offers three vintage single-coil pickups controlled by a 5-way switch with volume and separate tone controls, and is limited to 100 pieces available here for $3,499.
The BFR Dustin Kensrue (of Thrice) “Black Honey” signature guitar offers a Black nitro-finished Okoume body with all gold hardware, a simplified humbucking-single coil layout with a stacked tone and volume pot, mono/stereo switch, and a three-way pickup selector switch. The Black Honey also offers a Maple neck with Ebony fretboard, and an asymmetric neck carve with a 10″ radius. The Black Honey is limited to 50 pieces available here for $3,599.
Hey look, a bass! The BFR Stingray Retro ’76 is a throwback to the ’70s and features a nitro-finished 3-tone Sunburst Ash body, an Alnico-loaded humbucking pickup, 2-band preamp, 21-fret 3-Bolt maple neck with micro-tilt adjustment, and a strings-thru-the-body-bridge with adjustable mute pads. The BFR Stingray Retro ’76 is limited to 100 pieces available here for $3,499.
And finally, there’s the BFR Axis in nitro-finished Axis Purple. The BFR Axis offers a hand-stained translucent purple figured Maple top over a lightweight Basswood body, a dual proprietary Dimarzio Zebra pickups, a 3-way toggle switch, and a single 500k volume knob. The BFR Axis is limited to 100 pieces available here for $3,799.