Designed to allow guitarists to “play anywhere, any time without restriction”, this forward-thinking instrument is designed to be portable, with a graduated asymmetrical one-piece neck design made from solid wood, and detachable CNC bars which allow it to sit in a player's arms more like a conventional electric guitar.
Additionally, the Hush-I features a headless design, with its tuners located at the bottom of the body.
In terms of electronics, the guitar boasts a plug-and-play pickup system, controlled via singular volume and tone knobs and a two-band EQ.
Further info – including pricing – is limited at this stage, but we'll keep an eye out as we approach NAMM 2022, and bring it to you when we know more.
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