Dunable launches the Minotaur, an all-new guitar model built for “maximum ergonomic comfort”

Dunable Minotaur
(Image credit: Dunable Guitars)

Southern California’s Dunable Guitars has unveiled its latest electric guitar model, the Minotaur.

With DNA rooted in the company’s Moonflower model – which was discontinued in 2017 – the Minotaur features a double-cut design with, like the mythological beast it’s named after, a pair of horns on its upper bout.

Designed to give guitarists an instrument that “plays fast and smooth, sounds amazing, and gives maximum physical ergonomic comfort”, the Minotaur sports a series of soft body contours, 22 jumbo nickel frets, a 12” fretboard radius and a 25.5” scale length.

Electronics include a dual-humbucker pickup configuration, with a volume pot and a tone control with push-pull functionality for coil-splitting.

Other features include Grover Rotomatic Keystone tuners and a Grover TOM bridge with a brass Kluson top-mount tailpiece.

Beyond these specs, the Minotaur comes in a host of different configurations, with body material ranging from swamp ash to Honduran mahogany and fingerboards ranging from richlite to ebony.

The Minotaur is available now via select dealers for $2,650, and Dunable will begin accepting Custom Shop orders from December 15, with orders fulfilled within six to nine months. For more information, head to Dunable Guitars.

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Sam Roche

Sam was Staff Writer at GuitarWorld.com from 2019 to 2023, and also created content for Total Guitar, Guitarist and Guitar Player. He has well over 15 years of guitar playing under his belt, as well as a degree in Music Technology (Mixing and Mastering). He's a metalhead through and through, but has a thorough appreciation for all genres of music. In his spare time, Sam creates point-of-view guitar lesson videos on YouTube under the name Sightline Guitar.