Production Schedule

2021-2022 Guitar Production Schedule

This page has been updated on April 11, 2022.

DockStar 2021 Production Run.  The following DockStar production run has been completed and has arrived.  DockStars currently in the pre-order queue are going straight into the Setup Queue until the queue locations are updated. 

  • DockStar Koa
  • DockStar Flame Maple (sold-out)
  • DockStar Koa Vintage Burst (sold-out)
  • DockStar Rosewood (sold-out)
  • DockStar K2

DockStar 2022 Production Run.  The first production run of DockStars for 2022 has already begun. The following DockStar models are in production:

  • DockStar Koa
  • DockStar Koa Blue
  • DockStar Flame Maple
  • DockStar K2

Reprise 2021-2022 Production Run:

  • A Reprise and Reprise Dark Amber production run has just completed.  Expected to arrive in mid May 2022. A few of each are still unspoken for.    
  • A few Reprise Koa guitars will soon be arriving as well to fulfill pre-orders.  Reprise Koa guitars are custom built to order. Contact us if you'd like to pre-order a Reprise Koa.


The following guitars are in a production run as of August 2021:

  • DeadBolt
  • DeadBolt (bolt on guitar - New!)
  • Liger
  • Liger 3.0 (ash/maple/ash 3-layered body)
  • Wolph
  • Wolph NT "Neck Through"  (Glossy Finish, 7 layer ash/walnut body)
  • Ernesto Koa Brown Burst
  • Ernesto Flame Maple Blonde
  • Ernesto Flame Maple Tobacco Burst
  • Micro DeadBolt
  • Ace
  • SB500 (New!)
  • Phusion
  • Blade (New!)
  • 6-string short scale bass (New!)
  • Erneto Solid Body Triple Humbucker (New!)
  • DC39 Natrual Ash
  • DC39 Brown Burst Ash

R2 2021 Production Run.  There are five R2 guitars in the current production run.  Please contact us if you are interested in getting one of the following R2 guitars that are available:

  • Koa #1 (Pre-sold)
  • Koa #2 (Available)
  • Walnut (Pre-Sold)
  • Flame Maple/Padauk (Available)
  • Flame Maple (Available)

Maxey Archtops

There are currently two Half Note guitars in production. Half Note is currently built to order.  Contact us if you're interested in getting a Half Note archtop.

Night Owl is a new Maxey Archtop model currently in production featuring a double cut-away design, with a spruce top and flame maple back.  More info and photos should be available soon.


Product labels explained:


There are a few in stock and unspoken for.  This label is automatically updated based on inventory numbers on the backend. 



This either means there are none in stock, or that all in stock have been spoken for. This label is manually updated by us.



This is currently in production. This label is manually updated to let you know when a particular model is in production. Note that a particular item can be in production, and also in stock.



Currently not in stock, or that all of them have been spoken for, and also not in production. This label is manually updated to let you know when a particular model is not in stock, and also not in production. 



PHRED instruments guitars are built in small batches. Don't miss out, Reserve your guitar today! 


How long does it take for a production run to be completed?

Usually it takes anywhere from 6-8 months for a production run to be complete.  What determines that time frame is usually the total amount of guitars in the production run, time to source materials, hardware and electronics, and unexpected delays. Contact us to learn more about our production schedule.

How long does it take to receive a Phred guitar after pre-ordering?

Usually it takes anywhere from 8-12 months to fulfill a pre-order.  What determines that time frame is usually the total amount of pre-orders and when your order is placed, as well as our current backlog on fulfilling orders for guitars that are in stock.

Reserve your guitar from the next batch by pre-ordering today!

By pre-ordering this guitar, your pre-order is placed into our queue system.  When your guitar arrives in stock, we will setup and install any options you selected, and then we'll ship out your guitar.  Pre-orders are processed in the order in which they were received.  

Read our FAQ for more information - Phrequentiy Asked Questions