For the December issue of our newsletter, I have picked out two beautiful pieces from our store.
Not vintage for once, but artistically sophisticated, modern and incredibly beautiful.
This Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier from 2004 is in top condition, freshly checked in our workshop and is a feast for the eyes in itself.
The absolute highlight, however, is the painting by Rosel Marci, a Dutch artist. The roses look absolutely real, as if the amp had grown in.
The three-channel amp has the right sound for every situation and, together with the Recto 4×12 Cabinet, impresses with plenty of punch and even more gain reserves.
Both can be tested and purchased in the lounge.
And the Nik Huber Dolphin is also a work of art! The workmanship is absolutely top class, the carved top made of extra flamed maple alone is a dream.
Only a few examples of the Dolphin I were fitted with a Floyd Rose vibrato. On closer inspection, it is a Schaller Lockmeister, certainly on a par with its American counterpart, but available in nickel, which matches the rest of the hardware better.
Personally, I like the 4/2 headstock much better than the 3/3 of the Dolphin II. And here it is still covered with the same wood as the body and also painted in the color Charcoal.
There are also tuner buttons and pickup rings made of ebony, the same material as the fingerboard.
An incredible guitar, excellent playability and together with the Boogie a source of inspiration and joy.