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Suhr Guitars Announce Limited Run of Korina Quilt Models

Suhr Guitars Announce Limited Run of Korina Quilt Models -

Suhr Guitars have just revealed details on their new premium Korina Quilt line of guitars.

The Korina Quilt was developed as a result of the positive response to the Korina Flame model released earlier in the year.

Korina Quilt pairs our modern body shape with a stunning combination of Korina, Quilted Maple, and Pau Ferro. Features such as Mother of Pearl Inlays and hand carved Pau Ferro knobs really set it apart.

The one piece Korina body and neck have a balanced tone with a strong midrange growl that allows it to

​"cut through" the mix. The Maple top extends the range of the Korina - adding brilliance and punch.

​The Pau Ferro fingerboard adds high-end sparkle, a fat low-end, and excellent clarity.  Body chambering reduces weight, adds sweetness to the highs and warmth to the lows.

The SSV, SSH+ and ML pickups cover a wide sonic range. From warm cleans, to crunchy rock riffs, to high gain shred, the Korina Quilt is equipped to take you wherever the music leads.

The medium stainless steel frets are Plek dressed and hand polished by Suhr's master craftsmen. Rolled fingerboard edges, satin finish and a Modern Elliptical back shape provide effortless playability and gives the neck a comfortable, broken-in feel.

With its sleek elliptical neck profile, balanced asymmetrical body, and innovative neck heel, the Modern Shape delivers unmatched playability and comfort.

The hand crafted Pau Ferro knobs and switch tip work with the Pau Ferro fingerboard to lend a sense of integration and harmony to the design.

The combination of Korina, Pau Ferro, Quilted Maple, mother of pearl and the Modern body shape work together in concert to produce an instrument of spectacular beauty and flawless performance.

​Due to the limited availability of Kornia, there will only be 40 of these masterpieces available.

Kornia Quilt - Modern Luxary


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Peter Green / Ivar Bjørnson

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