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Building time is currently 10-12 months.
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We shifted the classic 60ies outlines of our regular Firestar guitar into 70ies modernism by using an elliptical »Champagne« anodized pickguard.
Sporting a one piece light swamp ash body, a one piece highly figured maple neck, we were searching for more simplicity and pureness, both in design and materials. By reducing the ingredients to essential parts, the classic tone of a 50ies Blackguard and a 50ies Junior are mixed into our classic Deimel Firestar.
Using our Vibratone bridge inside a highly resonant swamp ash body guarantees maximum playing fun. The rigid one piece maple neck with our 10 degree angled headstock sends back the string energy to a fast responding, snappy joyful playing feel. Two hand wound Deimel pickups P90 neck + bridge register and send out the signal in its most pure form, getting smoothed out by CTS pots and an ERO NOS 1831, 22nf cap, as leaving the guitar by a tight switchcraft output jack.
The guitar comes in a metallic open grain matte finish. By using our metallic colors mixed partially into the clear matt it lets the swamp ash grain shine and feel through. Everything in this guitar is thought out to reduce the feeling to the max, making the playing and tonal experience even closer. Pure perfomance feel and fun, that’s what our Deimel Firestar Ellipse stands for!
Body: Swamp Ash, one piece
Neck: One piece highly figured maple
Frets: 21, StewMac »Pyramid«
Scale length: 25.5”, compound radius 9.5” to 12”
Neck shape: Medium fat 59JM
Headstock: Natural headstock w/ decal, 6R
Nut: unbleached bone
Color: »Venus Fern Green«,metallic matt, open grain
Pickguard + back plates: »Champagne« anodized aluminum
Pickups: Deimel P90 neck + bridge
Pickup covers: black
Vibrato: Deimel Vibratone w/ »Raw Vintage« springs
Tuners: Gotoh SD91, nickel
Knobs: 2 x witch hats, black for volume + tone
Caps: ERO NOS 1831, 22nf
Switches: 3 slider switches: Kill switch, serial/parallel, surf switch
Wire: Cotton push back, braided shield wire, 7 stranded
Case: Hiscox with Deimel logo
All our products usually precede personal questions from the buyer. Therefore we ask you to contact us directly for your order. We will be happy to answer asap and assist through the process. Just contact us directly via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, use our contact form below , or give us a call (00)49-33437-279247. Languages are English, German, and Spanish. Thank you!
All Deimel guitars are hand made by Frank Deimel. We offer a limited lifetime warranty to all our customers. Read our Terms&Conditions for further information.
For all Deimel Firestar guitars you can choose from the following 4 different scales without paying extra:
Short Scale 24.75″ / 628,65 mm
Middle Scale 25″ / 635 mm
Long Scale 25.5″/ 647,7 mm
Baritone Scale 28.62″ / 727,02 mm
It is also possible to order a second neck with a different scale for exchange. Read more …
If you order a guitar or bass that is not immediately available, that means we build it especially for you. Our current leading time is 9-12 months. You can either pay the entire amount directly or just a 40% deposit. The remaining amount is due when the instrument is ready to ship. You will get photo proofs during the building process, and before paying and shipping.
If you want to order a guitar or buy from our stock, just contact us directly via e-mail email@example.com, use our contact form below , or just give us a call (00)49-33437-279247.
We do speak English, German and Kora speaks also Spanish. We can also arrange a Facebook or Skype call to answer all your question and talk through your order.
With order confirmation you will get your special hashtag that allows you to keep track of your guitar on our Instagram account »deimelguitarworks_onthebench« How does it work? The feed shows the most recent production steps in our workshop. We tag each photo with the hashtag of those instruments that we are currently working on and appear on the photo. This way it stays fully anonymously, but you can share the progress with your friends and family by sending them your special hashtag. If you want to be marked with your name or band, just let us know!