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AXL launches solid bodied Bel Air guitar series in UK

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Out Now

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Guitars

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AXL Guitars

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www.recording-king.co.uk

Laura  Barnes
AXL launches solid bodied Bel Air guitar series in UK

The Bel Air Series upholds the trend for single pickup, work-horse guitars within stripped-back designs.

The solid bodied six-string electric guitar comes in Orange Sparkle, Light Blue and Metallic Black finishes.

US guitar company AXL has announced the UK launch of the solid bodied Bel Air from its award-winning AXL Series of electric guitars.

The Solid bodied Bel Air is designed and assembled by hand in the AXL workshops in Hayward, California, where final preps include rigorous field tests from the company’s R&D team and professional musicians.

With a modern twist on classic retro designs that the company call ‘Old School Cool’, the Bel Air Series upholds the trend for single pickup, work-horse guitars within stripped-back designs.

Stripped back maybe, but the Bel Air has striking looks, including a flat-topped, single cutaway, double-bound solid mahogany body, a one-piece mahogany set neck, Graphtech Tusq XL nut, inlaid gloss headstock, and bound rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays.

It’s within the hardware that the Bel Air mimes the vintage vibe with Kluson tuners, nickel finished Bigbsy B5 vibrato system, TonePros Locking Roller bridge, and single volume and tone controls with coil-tap facilities for the bridge-positioned TV Jones Power’Tron, with vintage style surround.

The high output TV Jones Power’Tron with its enhanced dynamic range, is ideally suited for the Bel Air, where treble notes are delivered with a punchy tone and sustain, whilst remaining a full 7.8k output when coil-tapped.

The AXL Bel Air solid bodied six-string electric guitar comes in Orange Sparkle, Light Blue and Metallic Black finishes and has an RRP of £999.

For more information visit www.recording-king.co.uk.

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