Harley Benton adds the AT-24TBK and FT-24 BKS to its headless Dullahan line
These sub-$500 models sport ergonomic alto bodies and Roswell HAF humbuckers.
Photo: Harley Benton
Harley Benton has introduced two new additions to its Dullahan line of headless guitars. Following up from last month’s launch of the Dullahan-FT 24 Roasted Ice Headless, the latest to join the very affordable series are the Dullahan-AT 24 TBK and Dullahan-FT 24 BKS.
Both of these headless models feature an ergonomically shaped alto body, 24 stainless steel frets, as well as a duo of alnico 5-equipped Roswell HAF humbuckers.
Dullahan-AT 24 TBK
First up is the Dullahan-AT 24 TBK (pictured above, top), which has a mahogany body, paired with a bolt-on maple neck with a modern C profile and an ebony fretboard. For knobs, Harley Benton chose to keep things simple with just a master volume and tone control. However, there’s still a five-way pickup selector for getting more varied tone options out of the duo Roswell HAF humbuckers. In terms of hardware, there’s a Graph Tech Tusq XL nut, and as this is a headless guitar, tuning is performed on the Apollo Mono HL-STB02 bridge. This model comes finished in transparent black.
Dullahan-FT BKS 24
The Dullahan-FT BKS 24 (pictured above, bottom) sports an alder body, bolt-on modern C maple neck and a maple fingerboard. In terms of electronics and hardware appointments, it’s very similar to the AT 24 TBK. This model however, comes in a distinctly different finish: natural open pore black satin.
Each of the new Dullahan models is available at $425, and comes with its own gig bag to boot.
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