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Precision engineering and modern design combine to make a boundary-pushing guitar from the foothills of the Swiss Alps


Over the last five years, Switzerland’s Relish Guitars has introduced and refined its line of eye-catching hand-made instruments that challenge traditions and preconceptions about the electric guitar from the ground up. Making around 250 instruments per year, Relish has two core models in its line and this is the Mary One, a 24-fret single-cut which offers an eyebrow-raising level of versatility in addition to its bold looks.

At the heart of the Mary One is a lightweight machined aluminium frame, to which the maple neck – featuring stainless-steel frets set into a strand-woven bamboo fretboard – is securely bolted. The neck itself is one piece, with the back angle on the headstock created using a specialised Scandinavian woodbending technique rather than a potentially weak angled joint. Relish Guitars believes its approach makes the headstock almost completely unsnappable, which is reassuring.

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