Production Schedule

2020-2021 Guitar Production Schedule

The information below has been updated on August 25, 2021. There are four separate production runs occuring at the same time.

DockStar 2021 Production Run.  The following DockStars are currently in production and available for pre-order:

  • DockStar Koa
  • DockStar Flame Maple
  • DockStar Koa Vintage Burst
  • DockStar Rosewood
  • DockStar K2

Reprise 2021 Production Run is nearly completed for the following models:

  • A small batch of Reprise and Reprise Dark Amber guitars will be arriving toward the end of August 2021. A few are still available to reserve through pre-order.
  • A handful of custom pre-ordered Reprise Koa guitars are nearly completed. Reprise Koa guitars are custom built to order. Contact us if you'd like to pre-order a Reprise Koa.


Other Models 2020-2021 Production Run is completed and should be arriving into stock in August 2021.  The following items are in this production run:

  • DeadBolt
  • Liger
  • Liger 2.0 (zebrawood/maple/zebrawood 3-layered body)
  • Wolph
  • Wolph NT *Neck Through*  (Glossy Finish, 7 layer ash/walnut body) - (all pre-sold)
  • Ernesto Koa Brown Burst (all pre-sold)
  • Ernesto Flame Maple Blonde
  • Ernesto Flame Maple Tobacco Burst
  • Scarlet Wolph
  • Brown Wolph
  • Blue Wolph (all pre-sold)
  • Micro DeadBolt (all pre-sold)
  • Ace (prototype/small run) (all pre-sold)

R2 2021 Production Run.  There are five R2 guitars in the current production run.  The first R2 with walnut top and back has been sold.  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 (Available)
  • Flame Maple/Padauk (Available)
  • Flame Maple (Available)


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 4-6 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 7-10 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


COVID-19 Update - May 24, 2021

As the coronavirus continues to impact our way of life and presents unprecedented challenges, Phred Instruments is working to ensure our business practices serve our customers, our vendors, our guitar techs and our community as best as we can under these trying circumstances.

2020 - The coronavirus began to impact Phred Instruments in January 2020, with the temporary closures of our production factories overseas, and our vendors in the USA around April 2020. As of the first week of March 2020, production on Phred guitars had resumed overseas, and our vendors began to operate at limited capacity around June 2020.

2021- As of April 2021, there are multiple production runs occurring simultaneously. Some are completed and in transit to our workshop, some are close to being completed, some are in the middle of production, and some are just getting started.  We are still experiencing additional delays in receiving certain parts to fulfill orders, as some of our US vendors are backlogged on production runs and/or shipping parts. Therefore, we are sourcing some parts from new locations, which may take longer to receive than usual.

My guitar techs and I continue to work from our respective workshops, allowing us to safely continue working on your guitar orders, and ensure that you will get your guitar with the least amount of delay as possible. To that extent, we want to let you know that, per usual, we are all wearing protective facemasks and gloves while we work on your guitars.

Because of the adjustments we are making due to the coronavirus, it might take us longer than normal to respond to your emails and voicemails. Email is the preferred method of communication at this time.

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding and support during this unprecedented time.

Please stay safe and be well this summer!