Harley Benton unveils a Ferris Blue-clad version of the DC-Junior Fat
Harley Benton has launched a limited edition version of its single-P90-fitted double-cut, the DC Junior FAT, finished in Ferris Blue.
The finish’s namesake is Andy Ferris of the Guitar Geek channel on YouTube, who co-designed the colour. Aside from the colour, the guitar also features an individually-intonatable wraparound tailpiece, and a single dog-ear Roswell Stacked P90. This pickup is technically a humbucker, but it’s splittable – meaning with a pull on the tone knob you go from humbucking tones to more traditional P90 tones.
Take a look at Ferris’ unboxing and demo of the guitar he helped design below:
The FAT in the model name refers to the Fat ‘59 neck profile, which is modelled off the hand-filling vintage LP style of chunky necks. Also true to LP heritage, the neck and body are both made of mahogany, while the fretboard is ebony. At the headstock end, there’s a set of Wilkinson Deluxe tuners.
The guitar is limited to only 250 models, and lists for a minuscule £226. Find out more at harleybenton.com and order over at thomann.de.
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