Solar Guitars announces eye-popping Lime Burst additions to its Type V and Type E lines

Solar Guitars V1.6FRLB and E1.6 FRLB
(Image credit: Solar Guitars)

Solar Guitars has had a busy year, releasing what seems like a near-constant stream of new electric guitars. And the Ola Englund-led company hasn't let up quite yet, recently announcing two new additions to its Type V and Type E lines, the V1.6FRLB and the E1.6FRLB.

The V1.6FRLB features a V-style mahogany body with a flame veneer, 3-piece thin-C maple neck with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard and Luminlay side dots, Solar locking tuners and a Floyd Rose 1000 tremolo system.

Its pickup configuration is a pair of Seymour Duncan Solar humbuckers, which can be controlled via the guitar's master volume, master tone – which has a push-pull toggle for coil-split functionality – and three-way selector switch.

The Explorer-style E1.6FRLB largely boasts the same specs as the V1.6FRLB – including the same body wood, neck construction and pickup configuration – though it has a shorter scale length of 24.75" compared to the V1.6FRLB's 25.5". Both guitars don Solar's signature 12th fret inlay.

Each guitar sports a visually stunning Lime Burst Matte finish and comes with a gigbag, to boot.

The V1.6FRLB and E1.6FRLB are available now for $999/€999 each. For more information, head to Solar Guitars.

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Sam Roche

Sam was Staff Writer at 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.