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.

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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