Harley Benton has debuted its new Dullahan FT-24 headless guitar.
The new model, the latest addition to the company's Dullahan range, features an alder body, flamed roasted hard Canadian maple neck and fingerboard with 24 stainless steel frets, and Roswell HAF humbuckers.
Elsewhere, the guitar features an Apollo mono HL-STB02 bridge, a Graph Tech Tusq XL nut and black hardware.
The Harley Benton Dullahan FT-24 headless guitar is available now - in an Ice Blue transparent finish - through Thomann for $469.
For more info on the guitar, stop by harleybenton.com.
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