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.