Mansfield-based Bell Custom Guitars introduces the sandblasted “Frosted ToneBlaster” to their line of hand-built guitars. The sandblasting on the acrylic wings makes for a greater and more evenly dispersed lighting effect. 15 internal super-bright LED bulbs create the show.“The frosting of the acrylic seemed to be a natural next step in the progression of a Bell Custom Guitar.” says Don, owner of Bell Custom Guitars. “We’ve given players two striking looks to choose from in a product that is already unique to the industry.” This “Frosted ToneBlaster” (photo attached) features a swamp ash body, a 22 fret maple neck, Amalfitano TP pickup set, is a 25.5" scale length, and a 1.695" width nut. The cost is $2,995 and may be painted in your choice of color. With a wood and acrylic fused body, the tone of the wood is maintained while the acrylic aids in producing a more clear, focused sound. This fusion of materials provides crisp, sharp highs and smooth, rounded lows. For more information please visit www.bellcustomguitars.com.
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