Fazley Reveal An Impressive Line-Up of 36 Fresh Guitars and Basses
Known for building affordable yet seriously value-packed instruments, Fazley are stoked to present no less than 36 fresh electric guitars and basses. Read on to learn more!
The Sunset Series: Impressive Bang For Your Buck
Just like the Dawn HSS and Tempest 90 released last year, the new Sunset Series models have been crafted to offer near-unbelievable value for money. Featuring a build inspired by the Ibanez AZ2402, the Sand Shark is a particularly versatile instrument for any contemporary guitarist, while those who prefer clean sound will want to take a look at the Tortoise: a style-packed semi-acoustic guitar equipped with a modern Wilkinson bridge. Bassists, meanwhile, are treated to the J-style Jellyfish and the P-style Piranha, both of which are available in four-string and five-string form as well as in a variety of fresh colours.
The Sunrise Series: A Step Up
The all-new Sunrise Series picks up where the Sunset Series stops by serving up higher-class models that feature stunning tops and binding to match. In fact, the Shore features a flamed maple top while the Tide comes with a quilted maple top, and both models are also decked out in a special colour-fading finish. The top-shelf model of the series is the Seawave: a modern ST-style electric guitar loaded with two humbuckers, a coil-split mini-switch, and an enchanting quilted maple top.
The Project Series: Limited Editions With a Unique Touch
The Fazley Project Series is home to a number of extra-special, limited-edition electric guitars. Just sixteen examples are made of each model and every guitar has its own number. The Project P1 Flashback T and the Project P2 Flashback S boast a heavily relic'd finish, combining vintage charm with stable hardware in the form of a Wilkinson bridge, a Graph Tech TUSQ nut, and a set of locking tuners. For the Project P3 Heatwave S and Project P4 Heatwave T models, Fazley went with a slightly different approach. These unique electric guitars have been treated with a blowtorch, resulting in their singular Sunburnt finish.