Mithans Guitars has expanded its Berlin line of models with two new entries: the Berlin Charcoal and Berlin Cobalt Blue.
The two premium both sport similar specs aside from their difference in finishes. Both are constructed with an ash body, a 5A maple top and neck, and African ebony fretboard loaded with stainless steel frets. For extra stability, the neck is reinforced with carbon fibre rods. Both models also have brass side dot inlays, complementing their intricate Mother of Pearl inlay work.
Schaller Signum (Cobalt Blue) and Wilkinson (Charcoal) wraparound bridges complete a 24.75-inch scale length, ending in a Graph Tech nut complete with a zero fret. There’s also Schaller locking tuners fitted on both models.
In terms of electronics, both are loaded with Bare Knuckle humbuckers, the Charcoal model sporting two Boot Camp pickups while the Cobalt Blue has a Boot Camp and a PG Blues. The two pickups are controlled by a master volume and master tone control.
The Berlin Charcoal lists for $2,322, while the Berlin Cobalt Blue lists for $2,699. Find out more at mithansguitars.com.
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