Sully Guitars debuts new, affordable Conspiracy Series
The new line-up comprises three guitars that cost less than half of Sully’s custom models.
Founded in 2001, Sully Guitars has left its mark on the guitar world with its custom line of high-end instruments. But these models can get expensive. So with those watching their bank accounts in mind, the company has launched a new range of guitars that it claims will cost you less than half of a custom instrument: the Conspiracy Series.
Three models in the series have been announced: the ’71 Starling, the Stardust, and the ’71 Stevie D signature.
The ’71 Starling
The ’71 Starling features a set-neck with a 25.5-inch scale length, a mahogany body and neck with 22 jumbo stainless steel frets, and direct-mounted Sully humbuckers. An Aero-style headstock—unique to Sully’s guitars—an ebony fretboard, Luminlay side dots and a “Hipshot” hardtail bridge are some of the other appointments on this axe.
The ’71 Starling comes in seven colors, including Whitemare and Matte Black, and lists for $1,199.
The Stardust is essentially an offset version of the ’71 Starling. It has pretty much identical specs, except for an alder body, maple neck and bolt-on neck construction. And you also have a choice between an ebony and maple fretboard.
The Stardust comes in six colors, including Feral Green and Strawberry Milk, and lists for $1,099.
The ’71 Stevie D Signature Model
The ’71 SD is the signature model of guitarist Stevie D. This guitar boasts the exact same specs as the ’71 Starling, except it’s now coated with a fresh finish: a formidable-looking Matte Black, complete with gloss black graphics.
The ’71 SD lists for $1,249.
For more information, check out sullyguitars.com.