Mithans Guitars has unveiled its new T-style T'leafes and T'roots semi-hollow electrics.
The T'leafes is built with an ash body with a roasted flamed maple neck and fingerboard, and a reverse headstock. Sounds come by way of hand-wound Bare Knuckle pickups, while other features include Schaller locking tuners, a permanently lubricated TUSQ XL nut, and a Gotoh bridge.
The T'roots, meanwhile, features a walnut body, a carbon fiber-reinforced neck and a 22-fret bocote fingerboard. It's powered by two Bare Knuckle pickups, controlled by volume and tone controls and a three-way selector switch.
Other features on the T'roots include a Gotoh bridge, Mithans TL101 locking tuners, and an engraved scratchplate.
The Mithans Guitars T'leafes and T'roots electrics are available now for $2,560 and $2,682, respectively.
For more info on the new models, stop by mithansguitars.com.
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