For the first time, M-tone Guitars is exhibiting at the NAMM Show (Booth 2599). Owner/builder Matt Proctor is happy to introduce his three electric guitar models, the Slipstream (pictured), the Dynamo, and the Stackpole.
Matt designs and hand builds a limited number of electric guitars each year in his Portland, Oregon workshop. Innovative shapes and finishes set M-tones apart from the electric herd. Matt trained as a sculptor and spent over 15 years making large-scale works out of steel, wood, and cast metals before turning his attention to guitar design.
M-tones are played by musicians who demand quality, know what makes a guitar great and are not afraid to express their individuality. Picking up an M-tone is as exciting as the first time you played an electric, yet as comfortable as playing a guitar you have owned for years. Putting down an M-tone is not really an option.Features of M-tone Guitars
• No two guitars are exactly alike: built by hand from lumber selection to final setup
• Every neck is hand carved until it feels exactly right
• Perfectly balanced, innovative body shapes with compound curve cutaways
• One-of-a-kind finishes in environmentally agreeable water-based lacquer
• 16-gauge steel pickguards individually surfaced to complement the finish of each guitar
• Strategically laid out aluminum position markers placed where your eye travels naturally
• Jackbite shape shelters the input jack and works equally well with straight or angled plugs
• Top notch electronics and hardware sourced from small US companies
• Real materials = real tone: wood, steel, brass and bone, but no plastic
• M-tones have super long sustain and are very punchy and articulate with great note separation. Clean or driven hard, they always deliver.Pricing and Ordering
M-tone pricing structure is simple: the List and M.A.P. are the same at $2,500 with $100 up- charge for exotic neck wood. Each guitar comes standard with hard case or Mono Case gig bag. To order directly from M-tone, send an e-mail to email@example.com
M-tone Guitars are hand made by Matt Proctor in Portland, Oregon. Matt designs and builds a very limited number of electric guitars each year. Every M-tone features top quality electronics and hardware; cool shapes, innovative features and one-of-a-kind finishes; wood, steel, brass and bone. To learn more about M-tone Guitars, please visit www.m-tone.com