"The diamond guitar is the sum of all our knowledge taken to the extreme plus a touch of luck and Mojo from combining wood and metal together."
There is nothing different about these guitars, same shape same neck same electricity. So what sets these diamond guitars apart from the rest?
To insure a consistent sound for each guitar we make, we use a reference guitar - a guitar we believe is extremely good, how good? Well, we have only had 3 diamond guitars in the last 2 years. And we do not expect that amount to get bigger. Any diamond guitar gets a Period of time as a reference guitar to everything else we make. When you buy a diamond guitar you’re getting the “mother guitar” of many dozens guitars produced in that time. We use their sound as reference to everything we do.
A diamond guitar is constructed from the rarest wood we carry, often making them extremely lightweight due to dry and old wood.
The attack, clarity and punch are way more pronounced almost to a point where inexperienced players would find it hard to control.
The Diamond series is so sensitive to the touch, playing it is like driving a race car, anyone can take it for a spin but it takes a pro driver to control its abilities and live its potential.
The diamond guitar is the sum of all our knowledge taken to the extreme plus a touch of luck and Mojo from combining wood and metal together.