First unveiled at NAMM, Ernie Ball Music Man has now officially launched the Sabre, the company's latest six-string electric guitar model.
The Sabre features a lightweight, contoured okoume body, with a 1/2-inch thick bookmatched carved flame maple top, which is trimmed with natural binding and lends a real boutique vibe.
Its roasted figured maple neck boasts a slim C profile and a slightly wider nut width of 1 11/16 inches.
Other features include a pair of custom Ernie Ball Music Man-designed humbuckers, Schaller locking tuners and an Ernie Ball Music Man modern tremolo system with crescent cover and vintage bent steel saddles.
The guitar is offered with a choice of rosewood, ebony or maple fingerboard, and comes in four finishes – Honey Suckle, Bougie Burst, Deep Blue Burst and Cobra Burst.
For a closer look at the making of the new guitar, check out the knolling video above.
The Sabre is available for $3,199. For more information, head to Music Man (opens in new tab).