Harley Benton has expanded its ever-growing Fusion line of electric guitars with two new models.
The Fusion-T EMG HT Roasted SBK and Fusion-III EMG HT Roasted SBK Pro Series models are both graced with a satin black finish and, as their names suggest, are each powered by a pair of EMG humbuckers.
All of this, mind you, comes with Harley Benton's typically hard-to-beat price tags, so let's have a closer look, shall we?
For starters, both guitars feature a Nyatoh body, and a bolt-on, Modern C-shaped roasted Canadian flame hard maple neck and fretboard, with the latter sporting 24 jumbo stainless steel frets.
The aforementioned pair of EMG Retro Active Hot 70 humbuckers are controlled – on both models – by individual volume and tone knobs plus a three-way blade pickup switch.
The guitars also feature identical sets of hardware, with a Graph Tech TUSQ nut, WSC Hipshot-style hardtail bridge, and WSC staggered locking die-cast tuners coming aboard both models.
The S-style Harley Benton Fusion-III EMG HT Roasted SBK 1 and T-style Fusion-T EMG HT Roasted SBK models are both available now, for $398.
They arrive just weeks after the budget-friendly company announced that it was revitalizing the Mosrite design with its affordable new MR series of guitars.
For more info on the new Fusion models, visit Harley Benton (opens in new tab).