Achieved in collaboration with Ernie Ball Music Man, the mannequin new mannequin of guitar made its maintain debut as soon as extra in 2015, when Annie Clark made an take a look at a Taylor Swift reside effectivity in Los Angeles. It’s going lastly be obtainable for buy on March third and will might be discovered 4 daring colours: Stealth Black, Tobacco Burst, Heritage Crimson, and Polaris White, which Clark has notably dubbed the Skinny White Duke.
“It’s a basic, elegant-looking guitar,” she not too approach again educated Guitar World, later along with, “I’ve been collaborating in it each single day, placing it via its paces and writing observe after observe on it.” Clark is maybe seen holding the Bowie-named axe on the quilt (above) of the journal’s January 2017 draw back. A press launch additional particulars the stylish instrument:
“That options an African mahogany physique, Ernie Ball Music Man tremolo, gunstock oil and hand-rubbed rosewood neck and fingerboard, St. Vincent inlays, Schaller locking tuners, 5-way resolve up selector with custom-made configuration and Three-mini humbuckers, the guitar furthermore comes full with Ernie Ball Widespread Slinky guitar strings and will retail for $1899.”
Try a brief clip on the signature assortment, adopted by one totally different picture of the Polaris White mannequin.
Other than showcasing a mannequin new guitar, the Guitar World cowl furthermore finds Clark taking a stance in opposition run-of-the-mill, sexist music publications that are attainable solely attribute girls throughout the event that they’re scantily clad.
“I did a fast Google search of women on the quilt, and all I really noticed was girls in bikinis holding guitars like they’ve in no way held a guitar earlier than,” Clark outlined the journal. “I began occupied with that and simply wished make my very private absurdist contact upon it. I couldn’t actually let it slide with out poking just a bit little little bit of nice and taking the piss a bit!”
Presently marks the one-year anniversary of Bowie’s passing.