Watch Arielle debut her new Brian May Guitars signature in video for Peace Of Mind
Following its announcement at the start of this month, Arielle has debuted her signature model from Brian May Guitars in a new video for her song Peace Of Mind.
The single is taken from Arielle’s latest studio album, Analog Girl In A Digital World. The record will arrive on 7 May 2021.
The guitar itself sports a unique offset look, with a raised centre-strip and two-tone finish. Construction consists of a Korina/Limba body, with a set 24-fret modern radius one-piece mahogany neck. Notably, the Arielle’s scale length is 24 inches: the same as found on the original Red Special, a full three-quarters of an inch shorter than a standard Gibson scale length guitar.
Hardware comes in the form of a chrome-finished Wilkinson two-point tremolo, plus Grover 406 Series Mini Locking Rotomatic tuners. The Wilkinson Tremolo features six individual saddles, as well as a low-profile surround that eliminates the possibility of horizontal saddle movement.
Electronics consist of May’s Tri-Sonic single-coils, as well as the same phase-switching system that’s found on the red special. This system sports six DPDT switches that allow each pickup to be engaged and have its phase reversed independently. There’s also a master volume and tone control, with the latter using a Sprague 0.033μF Orange Drop capacitor.
You can see it in action with the video below.
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