Warwick and Framus are famous for using various types of precious woods for the tops and bodies of their spectacular special edition solid-body instruments. Now however, it is possible to choose from a wide selection of precious wood-types for Framus Mayfield and Warwick Star Bass II semi-hollow body instruments. Precious woods can be used for the top, bottom and sides each and a matched headstock is possible, creating a valuable single copy built by the Warwick Custom Shop.
Besides the standard options (Plain Maple or Mahogany for the Mayfield Pro, AAA Flamed Maple, AAA Quilted Maple, Mahogany or Rio Rosewood for the Mayfield Custom), the following variations are now available as Custom Shop options: Amboina Burl, Bubinga, Bubinga Pommele, Flamed Maple (AAAA / AAAAA), Quilted Maple (AA / AAAA / AAAAA), Rio Rosewood Pyramid, Tears of Dracula (European Quilted Maple), Tigerwood “Special”, Spalted Maple B Class and Spalted Maple A Class.
Warwick Star Bass II
In addition to standard Bubinga Pommelé and Flamed Maple AAA veneers, the following new veneers are available: Amboina Burl, Bubinga, Mahogany, Flamed Maple (AAAA / AAAAA), Quilted Maple (AA / AAA / AAAA / AAAAA), Rio Rosewood, Rio Rosewood Pyramid, Tears of Dracula (European Quilted Maple), Tigerwood “Special”, Spalted Maple B Class and Spalted Maple A Class.
The Framus Guitar Museum is now open in Markneukirchen! This Museum tells the amazing story of Framus Guitars from 1946 to modern day. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
For more information, please visit www.framus-vintage.de