Fano Guitars announces the new Oltre Series

The line follows the discontinuation of the brand’s Standard Series.

Fano Guitars has launched its latest range of models, the Fano Oltre Series.

The models follow Fano’s Standard Series, which was discontinued in August of this year. The Oltre guitars will be built in the brand’s US facilities, and will offer a wide range of custom options previously only available via Fano’s signature Alt de Facto Series. The Oltre Series is aimed at bridging the gap between this “pure custom” range and the more affordable Omnis range, which we recently took a look at on the review bench.

The Oltre guitars are made to order, and come in over 40 different finishes, with a choice of distress level ranging from new-old-stock to heavy. For deeper visual customisation there’s also a choice of pickguard colour and knob style. Pickup options are also widely customisable, with pickups made by Lollar, Fralin, and TV Jones and more available.

Two new models, the PX6 and MG6, will also be added to the lineup. More in-depth specs are yet to be revealed – stay tuned to Guitar.com for more on that.

For those in the UK, the guitars will be available through Coda Music – find out more at coda-music.com.

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