Modelo: Chronos Petrified Wood #001
Precio: € 3599.00
Can you dig it? A real petrified wood guitar top (250.000.000 Y.o. top)? Expect the unbelievable.
Today I proudly offer you something absolutely crazy.
Something the world has not seen yet.
I have built this Zerberus-Guitars Chronos with a top made of REAL PETRIFIED WOOD.
This is no fake...no airbrush....no foto-finish....no plastic material.....
It is a real 0.2" top of petrified wood (around 250.000.000 Years old).
And still that guitar is only around 8lb and not heavier than most standard wooden guitars.
IMAGINE: You could be the first lucky devil in the whole world who owns and plays a Zerberus-Guitars Chronos with a real petrified wood top.
Maybe later there might be some more Chronos with petrified wood top, but you have serial number #001. No one can take this from you.
If you need versatility - if you love sustain - if you are into guitars that have character - if you love to play a guitar that you won´t find at every corner - you really should take a closer look :)
Don´t get fooled by the shiny Chrome hardware, the sparkling Chrome-Hologram pinstripe and the brave appeal!
This is a BEAST!
On top of the petrified wood you can see a set of Kammerstein Z2 Humbuckers.
Those Humbuckers are really hot.
But that does not mean that this Chronos only is for heavy notes.
I have installed coil-split on both humbuckers offering wonderful percussive and crisp notes, too.
The body is a chambered light Mahogany (Guarea)) body (with a Black-Chrome hologram pinstripe) and the neck is a hard Maple neck with Ebony stripes and Rosewood fretboard with 25.5" scale. I have equipped the Chronos with Ratio Locking tuners and a Black Tusq nut by GraphTech. Amazing precision there at GraphTech :) The pickups are a set of Kammerstein Z2 humbuckers. Each of them separately can be split into single-coil by pulling the potentiometers. That makes the Chronos a very versatile guitar that is perfect for a really wide range of styles. The petrified wood stone top offers a very distinctive character with awesome sustain and makes every Chronos absolutely unique, second to none and unforgeable. The Chronos comes including a very good Zerberus luxury hard case and certificate.
The weight of the Chronos is only around 8lb what means that this guitar is not heavier than a standard solid-body wood guitar.
People often ask me: what does the stone for the sound?
Does this guitar sound totally different?
First of all: No, it does not sound totally different.
You don´t want a guitar that sounds like a saxophone, a synthesizer. or a bullfrog, or one that sounds sterile and cold.
And here is the good news: The Chronos still has a lot of soul, character and warmth. It does not sound totally different. The stone just ads some extra sustain and harmonic resonances. It surely is different to a standard guitar, but it is different in a very good way.
Stone and wood have a completely different micro structure. On a wood top the sound waves move along the wood grain much stronger than to the side. On a stone top the sound waves spread much more even in all directions making the whole top resonate with a long and even sustain. This is because stone has a dense molecular crystal grid structure while wood has an open cell structure. Mounting the bridge directly on the stone top with the strings going thru the Mahogany body allows a very strong attack and continuous and even sustain. Another point is the resonance-frequency. Every material physically has a resonance frequency. On wood that frequency is in range of the tonal spectrum of a guitar. This fact causes dead spots in the range where you hit a note that is identical with the resonance frequency of the wood (or the guitar as construction). The resonance frequency of stone is in areas of 100.000 hertz. Way apart from any frequencies that a guitar could (or should) produce and way apart from anything you can hear. The body and neck being made of wood still has the resonance frequency in range of the guitar´s tonal spectrum, but being the most important part that resonates, the stone top shifts the resonance frequency miles away from the tonal spectrum of a guitar. Another interesting point is the weight and density of the stone top. Even with their chambered bodies and stone tops, they aren’t prone to feedback. Another great benefit of the stone top is the fact that it is much more scratch and damage resistant than a wooden top. Sustain and sustainability: Often rare and exotic lumber is used for the tops of standard electric guitars. Those tops have to be dyed and painted to give them nice colors and appeal. Stone as a material is completely different. There is a whole universe of colors and structures waiting to become a top on a gorgonized guitar. No need to cut down exotic forests to make a beautiful top. And a very important point is the fact that every gorgonized guitar with stone top is absolutely unique like a fingerprint.Regarding the price: This price is for buyers outside the European Union!
Buyers from inside the European Union (also from Germany) will have to add the German tax (19%) Sorry but this is the law.
Regarding the shipment to "Everywhere else": I always do my best to offer fast, fully insured and free shipping.
Shipping charges can vary in a wide range. Please contact me first and I will see if I can offer free shipping to your location.
Shipping to the USA is by UPS with full insurance.
Shipping inside the EU is with DHL and full insurance.
If you have any questions, please let me know and I will be at your service.
Información de envío
Envío desde Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Acepto recogida local: sí
Acepto envío: sí
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Fecha publicación: 17/09/2017
En Guitars Exchange: 16/09/2017