Search

Wolph

ETA: This model has been pre-sold while in production. Reserve yours today for the April 2018 production run, with a 4-6 month build time.
$689.00
The PHRED instruments Wolph gets its inspiration from Doug Irwin's Wolf guitar, one of the iconic guitars played by Jerry Garcia. The body features a single-humbucker-humbucker setup mounted in a custom pickup plate, with discrete split coil switches and a 5-way pickup toggle for 12 different tone combinations! Our Wolph is professionally setup with low action and D'Addario 10-46 strings, and the frets are leveled and milled here at our shop in California for a nice smooth and clean feel all around.

Protect your guitar with a G&G Quality Hard Shell Case, custom made for PHRED instruments guitars. Case dimensions are approximately 42"x15"x4".

G&G Quality Hard Shell Case

Re-wire the entire guitar with vintage cloth wiring, CTS pots, Orange Drop Capacitor, Switchcraft output jacks, and a CRL 5-way pickup lever switch.  In addition to upgrading your tone, you'll get smoother turning knobs and a more fluid pickup toggle selector.
USA Re-wire and Upgrade Electronics

Replace the stock bone nut with a brass nut to enhance the guitar's natural sustain and brightness.
Brass Nut

Replaces the stock middle and bridge pickups with DiMarzio Super 2 pickups, model DP104 with Four-conductor wiring, black color (other colors and covers may be requested for additional charge). Replaces the neck pickups with DiMarzio SDS-1 pickup, model DP111, white color (cream or black color pickup cover also available upon request).
DiMarzio Pickups with PHRED instruments Guitars

Replaces the standard stock tuning machine heads with Schaller or Gotoh, 3 per side, chrome tuning machine heads.
Schaller M6 Tuning Machines

Choose to replace the stock pickup mounting ring, 5-way pickup toggle, output jacks, and truss rod cover with brass mounting plates.
Brass Mounting Plates

Choose between the standard stopbar tailpiece or our custom made pH Tailpiece, available in brass or chrome plated aluminum.

pH Tailpiece

Replace the stock tune-o-matic bridge with one of the following options.
Gotoh Chrome Bridge

The stickers will be affixed to the guitar prior to shipping unless otherwise requested. Stickers are created by inlaystickers.com.
Wolph Stickers

Add a Junction Box to connect the OBEL on the guitar to your FX chain.
 HubBub Options

Add a Dual TRS/TS Cable to connect your OBEL Equipped guitar to an OBEL Junction Box.
Dual TRS/TS Cable

Add a few extra feet to your Dual TRS/TS Cable. 

Switch to Right Angle Plugs on the other side of the Dual TRS/TS Cable, such that both ends will have Right Angle plugs.

Please add any additional notes in the text area below.

$689.00
+ -

Buy with monthly payments and get more time to pay.

Look for the 'Check out with PayPal' button at checkout.
Click below to learn more.

Body
The body features a single-humbucker-humbucker setup mounted in a custom pickup plate, with discrete split coil switches and a 5-way pickup toggle for 12 different tone combinations! There is one master volume and 2 tone knobs, allowing you to dial in tone that goes from dark and muddy to crisp and bright.  There are two 1/4" output jacks on the top of the body.  One of them is a standard guitar output to plug in a standard guitar cable.  The other output is used for the built-in on board effects loop (OBEL), allowing you to gain further control of the sound coming from your effects pedals.  Scroll down below to read up on the benefits of having an OBEL equipped guitar.  On the back of the guitar, there is a large and accessible electronics cavity and a 9V battery box that powers the internal built-in preamp.  The built-in pre-amp boosts the signal a small amount and lowers the output resistance so that the signal is better preserved along the guitar cable to your amp. We offer an optional custom hard shell case to go with the Wolph guitar.

Neck
The maple core neck is attached to the body using very strong wood glue.  The back of the neck contour is a C-shape that feels somewhere in between a strat and an LP neck, not too thin, and not too chunky either.  The 2-octave ebony fingerboard has 24 medium jumbo frets which are leveled and milled here at our shop in California for a nice smooth feel along the edge of the fretboard.  The fretboard features a 12 inch radius which is perfect for soloing and playing chords up and down the fretboard.  Topping off the fretboard are custom pearloid inlays which are inspired by Doug Irwin's Wolf guitar fingerboard inlays.  At the top of the neck, you'll find a bone nut for good sustain, and black binding all around the fingerboard for a uniform look and feel.  The tilt-back 3+3 headstock shape features tortoise binding.  Under the fretboard is the adjustable double-expanding truss rod, keeping the neck stable in any climate.

Products specifications
Body
Body Style Solid Body
Body Wood Ash
Top Wood Veneer Curly Maple
Rear Wood Veneer Curly Maple
Bridge Style Tune-o-matic
Stop Tailpiece Style 1950s style
Neck
Neck Wood Maple
Fretboard Wood Ebony
Frets 24 Medium Jumbo
Scale Length 25 1/2"
Fretboard Radius 12 inch
Nut Width 1 11/16"
Nut Material Bone
Fretboard Inlays Pearloid Design
Neck Binding Black with White Dots
Neck Stabilization Double-Expanding Truss Rod
Headstock
Headstock Binding Tortoise Pearloid
Tuning Machines Unbranded House Brand
Pickups
Neck Pickup Style Single Coil (2-wire)
Neck Pickup Color White
Middle Pickup Style Humbucker (4-wire)
Middle Pickup Color Black
Middle Pickup Toggle Switch Mini Toggle (Series/Split Coil)
Bridge Pickup Style Humbucker (4-wire)
Bridge Pickup Color Black
Bridge Pickup Toggle Switch Mini Toggle (Series/Split Coil)
Control Knobs and Toggles
Volume Knob(s) Master Volume Knob
Volume Knob(s) Notes Master volume knob is wired post-OBEL
Tone Knob(s) Multiple Tone Knobs
Tone Knob(s) Notes 2 Tone Knobs
Pickup Toggle 5-way Pickup Toggle
Electronics and Wiring
Pre-amp / Buffer Yes (Requires 9V battery)
On Board Effects Loop (OBEL) Yes
Battery Box Yes (9V Battery Included)
Electronics and Wiring Notes OBEL is wired to use external FX pre-volume knob (requires split stereo Y-cable or junction box with stereo cable)
Output
Output Jack(s) One Mono and One OBEL Output
Output Jack(s) Notes Plugging a guitar cable into the mono output powers on the pre-amp
Other Specs
Guitar Strings D'Addario EXL 110 Nickel Wound 10-46
Dimensions 40.5" (h) x 13" (w) x 1.75" (d)
Weight Approximately 8 lbs
Write your own review Close Review Form
*
*
  • Bad
  • Excellent
It's wonderful and so beautiful!!!!
My Wolph guitar arrived at about 5:45 p.m. on Monday, and last night I had the time to tune it and play it. It's wonderful and so beautiful!!!! (one of the nicest I've ever seen up close and personal)!!!!
by: Harry Tamber | 9/17/2014 7:59 AM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (1/0)
I would recommend your guitars to anyone.
I just wanted to thank you for everything. The guitar is  beautiful and sounds fantastic. I couldn't ask for more for the price. I think the grin on my face says it all. I saw you have a lighting bolt now. That maybe down the road. I would recommend your guitars to anyone.
by: Ben Gordon | 2/16/2015 7:07 AM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
Exceeded my expectations in every way
Totally worth the wait! I couldn't imagine what this was gonna turn out to be, but it exceeded my expectations in every way. My initial thoughts were to put some super 2s in there, but these pickups are just fine. I think I'm just going to play and enjoy. Thanks again for such a great guitar!
by: Brian Badger | 5/13/2016 2:03 AM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
It's pretty darn nice, especially for the price.
I got my Wolph yesterday!  It arrived undamaged and well packed.  It's pretty darn nice, especially for the price.  Thanks man.  I can't wait for the other two but this will keep me busy until they arrive. Good stuff. I look forward to playing a lot this weekend. Peace Brother!
by: Brian Carr | 6/3/2016 4:13 PM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
Arrived set up better than any other guitar I own.
First I would like to just say wow!  My Wolph is one of the finest guitars I have ever had the joy to play, and arrived set up better than any other guitar I own. Thank you for making the dream of owning one of these guitars possible.
by: Jordan Zylak | 6/10/2016 6:05 PM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
Took it out of the box, and I haven't stop playing it yet.
Thank you so much, sending the Wolph guitar out so soon to me, got it Wednesday... Took it out of the box, and I haven't stop playing it yet...lol..had band practice Thursday night , and the other players, love it also... plays great and sounds great..
by: Sal Gargano | 6/12/2016 7:02 PM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
The most expressive guitar I have ever owned.
I have had my Wolph for a couple of months and have had a chance to do a few shows and get pretty familiar.  Besides the obvious appeal of it's inspiration and the OBEL, I find this to be the most expressive guitar I have ever owned in terms of tonal palette and playability.  My expectations were exceeded in almost every category.  Almost instantly I felt the connection you want to have with an instrument.  Most importantly I feel there is so much more to learn in terms of how to utilize everything this guitar is capable of, which can only inspires me to be a better player.  My Wolph won't do that by itself, but it is making it far more enjoyable for me, and those around me, to put that work in.  Thanks for excellent product and communication.  Needless to say I am looking forward to getting my Liger.
by: Cary Cohen | 7/11/2016 9:10 PM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (1/0)
An incredible guitar at any price
Although the Wolph comes at a very reasonable price, don't let that fact deceive you into thinking you're settling for a less-than-quality instrument. Everything from the good looks to the totally "familiar" feel of the instrument begs you to play it, take full advantage of its capabilities and go for broke! You could pay a LOT more and not get any more quality than is offered by the Wolph. Whether you play Dead music like I do, or any style at all, you'll find the answer to your tonal questions at the end of your arms!
by: Guest | 4/25/2017 10:59 PM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)
Wolph
Had my Wolph for three weeks now and it's just off to have the pickup upgrade which I decided to do here in Scotland.  Love the guitar and it is all that I was hoping for.  Would happily recommend Freddy Rose and his team to anyone thinking of making a purchase.  

Geoffrey Thomson
by: Guest | 4/29/2017 2:01 AM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (1/0)
Holy sh*t ... it is 1977 in my house right now!!
I think the Barton Hall St Steven may have just occurred. My first impression is complete delight. The Wolph is phenomenal. I can’t wait to continue to explore it and put it through its paces.
by: Ted Kinney | 2/17/2018 9:23 AM
Was this review helpful? Yes No (0/0)

Guitar setup

Professional Setup and Feel

To ensure that we deliver high quality playability and tone, one of our master guitar techs in the Los Angeles area meticulously inspects your guitar from headstock to the bottom strap button, and performs a setup to make your PHRED guitar feel comfortable to play. You can look forward to smooth level frets without any sharp edges, low string action, and adjusted intonation.  If you have a specific request for your guitar setup, just let us know.  All upgrade options are installed by our techs in Los Angeles while your guitar is getting a setup.

 

Satisfaction Guarantee

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Purchase a PHRED guitar with peace of mind.  We believe the best way to try out a PHRED guitar is to play one in your own home with your amp and your effects pedals. To make that possible for you, your PHRED guitar includes a 21-day money back guarantee.  It's really simple.  If you are not happy with your PHRED guitar within 21 days from the date of delivery, you may return your guitar for a full refund (see below).

 

Left Handed guitars by PHRED instruments

Custom Builds for Left Handed Guitar Players

We do custom builds for left handed guitar players. In the Additional Notes text area above, just type in that you would like this guitar made left-handed.  There is no additional charge for left handed Phred guitars, but expect a 4-6 month build time. 

 

Shipping Options for PHRED guitars
Shipping Methods

If you live inside the continental USA, your guitar will ship via UPS Ground. If you live in Hawaii, your guitar will likely ship UPS 3 day. If you live outside of the USA, your guitar will likely ship via the United States Post Office. You may request FedEx shipping if you prefer FedEx delivery.

 

Package Tracking

Shipping Notification via Email

All guitars ship with a tracking number which will be emailed to you at the time of shipping. You will receive one email from PHRED instruments and possibly a second or third email from the shipping company and/or the place from which you purchased if it was other than the PHRED instruments website.

 

Phred International Shipping
International Shipping and Delivery Charges

Shipping charges are calculated at checkout for international shipping. If you live outside the USA, there may be additional import charges added at the time you receive your guitar. These charges are unknown to PHRED instruments, LLC, and will not be reimbursed by PHRED instruments, LLC.

 

Packaging without a Case
Packaging (without a hardshell case)

PHRED instruments guitars are placed inside a foam sleeve which is placed inside a corrugated guitar box with Styrofoam support for the guitar neck and bubble wrap around the bottom, top and sides of the guitar. The guitar box is sealed with clear tape and then wrapped with a second layer of corrugated cardboard and sealed with clear tape to add stability and strength to the shipping box.

 

Packaging with Case
Packaging (with a hardshell case)

PHRED instruments guitars are placed inside the hardshell case, the hardshell case is placed inside a plastic sleeve, and then placed inside a shipping box with cardboard end pieces, providing a protective air gap.

 


 

Return Guitar

Return and Refund Policy

We truly want you to be happy with your guitar purchase, but if you decide you'd like to return the guitar for any reason, please read below and contact us to initiate a return request.

Note: A full refund is the price you paid for your guitar plus the price you paid for shipping. Returns shipped from within the continental USA will be provided a pre-paid UPS ground shipping label upon request.

For returns shipped within the continental USA:

In order to receive a full refund for your purchase:

• Your guitar must be returned in the condition in which it was received
• Please reuse your original shipping box and packaging to return your guitar
• If the shipping box was damaged or the guitar appears to have been damaged in shipping, please notifiy UPS and contact us
• Your refund will be processed within 1-2 business days from the time your guitar is received and inspected

For returns shipped outside of the continental USA or returns past 21 days:

If your guitar was shipped to a location outside of the continental USA or if you would like to return your guitar after 21 days from delivery but within 30 days from the date of delivery, you may return your guitar for a refund of the price you paid for the guitar. Shipping charges will not be refunded and you will be responsible for the shipping charges to return the guitar.

In order to receive a refund for your purchase:

• Your guitar must be returned in the condition in which it was received
• Please reuse your original shipping box and packaging to return your guitar
• If the shipping box was damaged or the guitar appears to have been damaged in shipping, please notifiy UPS and contact us
• Your refund will be processed within 1-2 business days from the time your guitar is received and inspected

 

 

Damaged Package

What to do if there is Damaged upon Delivery

While it is extremely rare, there is a plan in place just in case things go wrong with the delivery. If your shipping box arrives with damage to the box (holes, tears, cuts, etc.), please take pictures of the box and email those photos to us. If possible, please also contact UPS (1-800-PICK-UPS) immediately to report it. If the guitar arrives with damage as well, please contact us immediately to arrange for a return request. We will need to setup a damage claim request with UPS and either tell UPS to pickup the package from your location, or have you return the package back to us.

This guitar is equipped with an On Board Effects Loop (OBEL).


What does OBEL stand for?

OBEL stands for On-Board Effects Loop. It is a wiring design inside the guitar which uses a separate 1/4" stereo jack to allow the direct output from the pickups to go to effects pedals and then back into the guitar for post-effects volume control. The purpose of the OBEL is to allow for volume adjustments on the guitar after being processed by effects. You may notice that distortion and envelope filters respond differently with volume adjustments on a standard electric guitar. Using an OBEL allows for consistent response from your effects pedals/processors at any guitar volume.

Below is an example showing the PHRED instruments Wolph guitar connected to an amp and effects chain with the OBEL.

In this example, the Wolph guitar has a mono guitar cable plugged directly into the guitar amp.  The other guitar cable is a stereo 1/4" guitar cable that plugs into a Hard Truckers Junction Box (SP-1 'Y' Junction Box), other junction boxes will work as well.  At the send of the junction box, one mono guitar patch cable plugs into the input of the first effect in the pedal chain (Mutron III).  The effects chain uses standard guitar patch cables to connect each effect.  The output of the last effects pedal connects to the return of the junction box.  The OBEL bypass mini-toggle is used to either bypass or use the effects loop.

Wolph guitar with OBEL Diagram

 

What is required to use the OBEL?

We recommend to use a junction box with a stereo 1/4" guitar cable to connect the guitar to a junction box (a stereo Y-cable can be used instead). A junction box looks like an effects pedal.  It has a 1/4" stereo input jack on one side, which is where the stereo guitar cable from the guitar's OBEL jack plugs into.  The other side of the junction box has 2 mono 1/4" jacks.  One of those jacks is a send to the input of your effects the other is a return from the output of your effects.  Using one mono guitar fx patch cable, connect the send from the junction box into the input of your first effect pedal, and the the return from the junction box plugs into the output of your last effects pedal in the chain.

Can an OBEL equipped guitar be plugged in like a standard electric guitar with one cable using just the mono guitar output?

Yes, you do not have to use the OBEL in order to plug in your guitar to your effects.  You can simply bypass the OBEL using the OBEL bypass mini-toggle switch on the guitar and use the guitar as a standard electric guitar with your effect pedals plugged in-line between your guitar and amp.

Where can I get a junction box?

PHRED instruments recommends The HubBub junction box by Godfrey Daniels Guitar Works which has more functionality designed for guitar players who play guitars with standard mono guitar outputs and also with OBEL equipped guitars. Click here to view Junction Boxes in our OBEL Accessories section.

Where can I find a stereo guitar cable?

We recommend the Dual TRS/TS Cable by Godfrey Daniels Guitar Works. Click here to view Cables in our OBEL Accessories section.

 

This guitar is temporarily sold out!

 

PHRED instruments guitars are built in small batches. Almost every guitar in production is spoken for by the time they arrive in stock.


PHRED instruments Pre-order

 

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

Usually it takes anywhere from 2-6 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.

 

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 explained below.  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.   

 

Understanding our queue system

 

Pre-Order Queue

When your order is in the pre-order queue, it means that your guitar is currently in production or waiting to begin production.

 

Queued

When your order is queued, it means that your guitar has come in to stock and is now waiting to be pulled from the shelf to go for a setup.

 

Setup

When your order is in the setup queue, it means that your guitar has been pulled from the shelf and is with a guitar tech waiting to be setup.

 

Shipping Queue

When your order is in the shipping queue, it means that your guitar is waiting to be boxed up and shipped out. Guitars are typically boxed up and shipped out on Monday or Friday and tracking information will be emailed to you when your guitar ships out.

Look for these 5 features on many PHRED instruments guitars.

 

 

 

24 frets on PHRED instruments Guitars

24 frets

While most electric guitars have only 22 frets, PHRED instruments guitars give you an extra two frets on the fretboard, providing a full 2 octaves on each string. We believe that 24 frets helps you more easily locate your position when playing above the 12th fret and provide better access to the higher frets when soloing.

 

Set Neck on PHRED instruments Guitars

Set Neck

A set neck is glued in rather than screwed in to the guitar body. As a result, a set neck will transfer more of the string vibrations to the guitar body, producing a more warm and resonant tone with more girth and sustain.

 

3 Humbuckers on PHRED instruments Guitars

3 Humbucker Pickups

While many guitars have just 1 or 2 pickups, we believe that a 3 humbucker setup opens up the pallet to guitar tones you might otherwise never get the chance to play. Almost all of our guitars feature a triple humbucker setup with split-coil switches, however, we also recognize the unique tone of playing with true single coils and so we offer them as well on some of our guitars.

 

Mini Toggles on PHRED instruments Guitars

Split-coil Toggles

If a guitar has a humbucker pickup, we believe that it should also have split-coil mini-toggle switch. Splitting the coils on a humbucker reveals a single-coil pickup tone, allowing you to get two tones from one pickup at the flick of a switch. Split-coil toggles are found on almost all of our guitars that have humbuckers.

 

Built-in Pre-amp on PHRED instruments Guitars

Built-in Preamp

Behind the scenes, a built-in preamp (unity gain buffer) maintains and improves the tone of the guitar pickups as the sound travels along the guitar cable to fx pedals and amplifier. All of our guitars that have an On Board Effects Loop (OBEL) also have a built-in preamp.

 

*
*
*
Description

Body
The body features a single-humbucker-humbucker setup mounted in a custom pickup plate, with discrete split coil switches and a 5-way pickup toggle for 12 different tone combinations! There is one master volume and 2 tone knobs, allowing you to dial in tone that goes from dark and muddy to crisp and bright.  There are two 1/4" output jacks on the top of the body.  One of them is a standard guitar output to plug in a standard guitar cable.  The other output is used for the built-in on board effects loop (OBEL), allowing you to gain further control of the sound coming from your effects pedals.  Scroll down below to read up on the benefits of having an OBEL equipped guitar.  On the back of the guitar, there is a large and accessible electronics cavity and a 9V battery box that powers the internal built-in preamp.  The built-in pre-amp boosts the signal a small amount and lowers the output resistance so that the signal is better preserved along the guitar cable to your amp. We offer an optional custom hard shell case to go with the Wolph guitar.

Neck
The maple core neck is attached to the body using very strong wood glue.  The back of the neck contour is a C-shape that feels somewhere in between a strat and an LP neck, not too thin, and not too chunky either.  The 2-octave ebony fingerboard has 24 medium jumbo frets which are leveled and milled here at our shop in California for a nice smooth feel along the edge of the fretboard.  The fretboard features a 12 inch radius which is perfect for soloing and playing chords up and down the fretboard.  Topping off the fretboard are custom pearloid inlays which are inspired by Doug Irwin's Wolf guitar fingerboard inlays.  At the top of the neck, you'll find a bone nut for good sustain, and black binding all around the fingerboard for a uniform look and feel.  The tilt-back 3+3 headstock shape features tortoise binding.  Under the fretboard is the adjustable double-expanding truss rod, keeping the neck stable in any climate.

Products specifications
Body
Body Style Solid Body
Body Wood Ash
Top Wood Veneer Curly Maple
Rear Wood Veneer Curly Maple
Bridge Style Tune-o-matic
Stop Tailpiece Style 1950s style
Neck
Neck Wood Maple
Fretboard Wood Ebony
Frets 24 Medium Jumbo
Scale Length 25 1/2"
Fretboard Radius 12 inch
Nut Width 1 11/16"
Nut Material Bone
Fretboard Inlays Pearloid Design
Neck Binding Black with White Dots
Neck Stabilization Double-Expanding Truss Rod
Headstock
Headstock Binding Tortoise Pearloid
Tuning Machines Unbranded House Brand
Pickups
Neck Pickup Style Single Coil (2-wire)
Neck Pickup Color White
Middle Pickup Style Humbucker (4-wire)
Middle Pickup Color Black
Middle Pickup Toggle Switch Mini Toggle (Series/Split Coil)
Bridge Pickup Style Humbucker (4-wire)
Bridge Pickup Color Black
Bridge Pickup Toggle Switch Mini Toggle (Series/Split Coil)
Control Knobs and Toggles
Volume Knob(s) Master Volume Knob
Volume Knob(s) Notes Master volume knob is wired post-OBEL
Tone Knob(s) Multiple Tone Knobs
Tone Knob(s) Notes 2 Tone Knobs
Pickup Toggle 5-way Pickup Toggle
Electronics and Wiring
Pre-amp / Buffer Yes (Requires 9V battery)
On Board Effects Loop (OBEL) Yes
Battery Box Yes (9V Battery Included)
Electronics and Wiring Notes OBEL is wired to use external FX pre-volume knob (requires split stereo Y-cable or junction box with stereo cable)
Output
Output Jack(s) One Mono and One OBEL Output
Output Jack(s) Notes Plugging a guitar cable into the mono output powers on the pre-amp
Other Specs
Guitar Strings D'Addario EXL 110 Nickel Wound 10-46
Dimensions 40.5" (h) x 13" (w) x 1.75" (d)
Weight Approximately 8 lbs
Product tags
Customers who bought this item also bought

DeadBolt

The PHRED instruments DeadBolt gets its inspiration from Steve Cripe's Lightning Bolt, one of the iconic guitars played by Jerry Garcia in the 1990s. The body features a triple humbucker setup mounted in a custom pickup plate, with discrete split coil switches and a 5-way pickup toggle for 14 different tone combinations! DeadBolt is professionally setup with low action and D'Addario 10-46 strings, and the frets are leveled and milled here at our shop in California for a nice smooth and clean feel all around.
$650.00

Liger

The PHRED instruments Liger gets its inspiration from Doug Irwin's Tiger guitar, one of the iconic guitars played by Jerry Garcia. The body features a triple humbucker setup mounted in a custom pickup plate, with discrete split coil switches and a 5-way pickup toggle for 14 different tone combinations! Liger is professionally setup with low action and D'Addario 10-46 strings, and the frets are leveled and milled here at our shop in California for a nice smooth and clean feel all around.
$629.00

Related Spotlight Posts

Artist Spotlight: Walt Berger

Walt Berger has performed onstage and toured with Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead), Vince Welnick (Grateful Dead), Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band), Kenny Brooks (Ratdog), Mark Karan (Ratdog), Scott Guberman (Phil Lesh n Friends), Mark Mercier (Max Creek) and many others.

Artist Spotlight: Craig Marshall

Guitarist Craig Marshall is the last remaining original founding member of Cubensis, having started the band in 1987 after becoming dissatisfied with the Dead’s all-too-infrequent appearances in Southern California. Self-taught, he learned to play guitar by slowing down Grateful Dead records to half speed and studying Jerry Garcia’s unique style.

Artist Spotlight: Tom San Filippo

Tom is an accomplished guitarist, singer and songwriter as well as a performer and home recording enthusiast, and is constantly challenging himself in a field that remains an integral part of his life.

Show Opener Contest

PHRED instruments is excited to announce our Show Opener contest where you have a chance to win up to $300 toward a PHRED instruments guitar by guessing the first song played by a band during a live performance.