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From California maker Dunable comes a one-pickup guitar with, er, two pickups… and a visual banquet of natural timbers. Is this the ultimate high-class rock axe?



If you think ‘American boutique’ means the place where you get your designer baseball caps, allow Sacha Dunable to set you right. This indie maker is based in southern California, the spiritual home of the electric solidbody guitar, where he crafts mean-looking instruments with the emphasis on quality, playability… and wood. All kinds of wood.

This Cyclops model has a satinfinished three-piece body of black limba and mahogany, a figured walnut top, a mahogany neck with an ebony ‘board, a maple pickguard and even maple pickup covers. We can’t imagine why Sacha has stuck to boring old plastic for the truss-rod cover. The overall effect is, well, woody… but there’s a lot more to this brand than shades of brown.

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