Harley Benton unveils Fusion-T HH HT range of dual-humbucker hardtail T-style electric systems
Just days after releasing four new high-performance Fusion-III S-style electric guitars, Harley Benton has added another six-string to its product line, the impressively-specified TE-style Fusion-T HH HT.
Billed as “the next step for a modern high-performance TE-style rock guitar”, the Fusion-T HH HT follows a batch of tremolo-equipped Fusion-T models released in October, but this time includes a fixed rigid bridge.
Specifications include a modern C-profile neck – which is constructed from Canadian maple or roasted hard Canadian flamed maple, depending on the colorway chosen – 22 medium jumbo stainless steel frets and a single-cut sapele contoured body. There’s also a choice of a roasted hard maple or ebony fingerboard, and that also depends on the finish.
The electronics include a pair of Roswell HAF alnico 5 humbuckers, controlled via a master volume pot, a master tone knob with push-pull functionality for coil splitting, and a three-way selector switch.
Other features include locking tuners, a custom WSC Hipshot-style hardtail bridge, WSC Staggered die-cast tuners, and a choice of chrome or gold hardware.
A total of seven finishes are available: Ice Blue Gloss, Daphne Blue Gloss, Shell Pink Satin, Flame Bengal Burst, Dark Pink Gloss, Silver Sparkle and Purple Sparkle. Prices vary by configuration, but guitars sell for between $413 and $502. For more information, visit Harley Benton.
Harley Benton has been on a roll this year, with highlights including eye-catching ukuleles, the MiniStomp series of 27 ultra-cheap pedals, a $68 wireless guitar system, the AirBorne 5.8 GHz instrument, and a new semi-hollow single cup, the Aeolus, to name but a few.