GuitarWorld.com has posted several stories over the years about Aristides guitars, which are made out of something called "arium." Arium is a new material designed by Poort Artistides and Delft University in the Netherlands.
Seymour Duncan and Aristides have announce their 010 Red Rising Sun Guitar giveaway. The 010 isn't just your standard copy of a traditional design, one of the primary ways this guitar sets itself apart is the material that makes up the body.
Netherlands-based Aristides Instruments is producing the first-ever bass guitar made of Arium. The instrument utilizes an exoskeleton design made of a semi-monocoque construction for maximum performance. Over the past year, limited pieces have been made available for review and artists such as Barend Courbois; now, however, customers can place orders through authorized dealers or directly from the factory.
Netherlands-based Aristides Instruments has introduced its new 070 seven-string electric guitar made of "arium." Arium is a new material designed by Poort Artistides and Delft University in the Netherlands.
Is the “monkey grip” the pinnacle of superstrat design aesthetics? Is this still the coolest we've got, folks? The definition of superstrat still seems to be an S-type guitar with a humbucker in the bridge configured to HSH, HSS, HH or just the H … plus a Floyd or Kahler locking trem system. Did I leave out anything?