Kiesel has unveiled its new Leia guitar.
What's unique about this new headless single-cut is that every element - from the body wood to the fingerboard material to the pickups - is completely customizable. The guitar can also be fitted with a trem or fixed bridge.
The Leia - which combines elements of the company's Vader, SCB and Zeus models - is available in a seven-string iteration, with a 25.5-inch scale, and a six-string iteration, with a 24.75-inch scale length.
The price and release date of the Kiesel Leia guitar have yet to be revealed as of press time.
For more information on the guitar, stop by kieselguitars.com.
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