The Hapas Kayzer, an amazing looking guitar that I would just love to get my hands on!
Hapas release pictures of their new Hapas Kayzer 8FF Custom Line guitar and we love it.
If you are looking for a high performance guitar with top notch spec’s and design features then you won’t go far wrong by checking out Berlin based Hapas Guitars.
Founded by Robert Sola in 2007 Hapas Guitars is the culmination of 25 years of guitar building passion. Sola first started tinkering with guitars back in 1992 when he started to change the pick-ups and hardware on his own guitars. What started as tinkering rapidly turned into the complete hand crafting of his own guitars. It wasn’t long before what started as a hobby turned into the business that is Hapas Guitars.
As a guitarist he pours everything that he would want from a guitar into his designs. This has led to guitars with amazing playability and high end sound and tonal performance. In particular Sola has created a unique neck contour for his guitars that he claims makes them extremely playable and ultra- fast.
He creates bespoke instruments for guitarists as well as more generic, more affordable guitars covering the full spectrum of a guitarists needs.
However, with the Hapas Kayzer he might well have created the ultimate performance guitar.
The Hapas Kayzer has a one piece ash body which is hand finished in a beautiful black coal natural finish. The 8 string neck is a 5 piece construction blending Maple with Wenge a hardwood from Central Africa. The 24 fret fingerboard is made from ebony and features the Hapas custom neck contour.
The high spec hardware includes a Hipshot bridge combined with Hipshot GripLock tuners for rock steady tuning stability.
In terms of electrics the Hapas Kayzer is armed with Hapas designed humbucker pickups. In the bridge position you have the Hapas Baehemoth and a Zaez is in the neck position. There is a master volume and three way pickup selector.
All in all this is an amazing looking guitar and well worth checking out the Hapas Facebook page for further details.
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