Come on in our booth and enjoy, let us show you more.
Yes, it is Cobra S in Atlantic Storm:
Featuring, what has become, a extremely-popular pickup configuration of Soapbar in the neck position and Humbucker at the bridge. With the right switching (which Cobra has, of course) this can be a very versatile layout, yielding quite an array of super-enjoyable sounds. Cobra’s mahogany-powered muscle will be arriving at Make’n Music right after the show.
The amazing Drop Mongrel:
Stopping traffic in the aisles with its unique S-pickguard atop a T-body shape (hence the name, Mongrel—a mix). Its stunning Flame Maple Top is finished in the lush shade of Honey (burst) Surf. Have it all in one guitar. On its way to Northwest Guitars in Bellevue, Washington, for one of their fantastic customers.
Robert…? No Bob…Bobcat:
In Cajun Teal has Carved Top, Single Cut players in pure bliss. Boundless bending and silly in-tune performance as musical humbuckers roar to life, supported and enhanced with Bobcat’s short-scale, Mahogany voice. Music Zoo will see “Robert” in person soon after the NAMM Show.
Angel in Natural Bora to Transparent Blue Burst:
Could it look any more like the ocean’s currents without actually jumping in with board shorts? Gorgeous 24 fret guitar and the majesty of nature. Headed to Cosmo Music in Toronto, Canada right after surfing at NAMM.
And speaking of angelic Angels:
Could anything be better than giant Quilted Maple with Natural Orange Burst? Especially when you know beyond a shadow of a doubt you are playing the best guitar on…Earth. And speaking of Earth, this guitar is headed to Eddie’s Guitar in Maplewood, Missouri, U.S.A., Planet Earth (that’s your planet).