Starting at $2,499
We are delighted to offer select Fano models in our Oltre range. We have incorporated collective decades of musical instrument manufacturing experience to provide our customers a one-of-a-kind guitar that is hand-built here in Arizona.
We approach every instrument in a manner reminiscent of the age of wood-workers and craftsmen of years gone by, while implementing the modern-day methodologies and techniques necessary to ensure we deliver a product that exceeds the expectations of today’s discerning guitar player.
Models available are
JM6 / SP6 / MG6 / TC6 / RB6 and PX6
OLTRE BUILD SPECIFICATIONS
Neck: Maple (Bolt-on with body color matching upper headcap, 10 degree headstock pitch, vintage style truss rod)
Neck Shape: Late 50’s Roundback .860 – .970
Fingerboard: Rosewood or Maple
Fingerboard Radius: Compound 10″- 16″
Frets: 22 – 6105 Medium-Jumbo Nickel/Steel
Scale Length: 25.5″
String Nut: 1.65″ Graphtech Tusq XL
Hardware: Medium Aged Nickel
Tuners: “Fano” Modern Kluson-style
Bridge: TonePros T.O.M/Stop Tailpiece
Pickup Options: Fano P-90, Fano Humbucker, Lollar P-90 or Lollar Imperial Humbucker
Controls: Volume, Tone, & 3-Way Switch
Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Neck & Body Distress Levels: Light or Medium Distress.
Strings: D’Addario “NYXL” .010 – .046
Case & Accessories: “Fano” Custom Soft Case, Polish Cloth, and Wrench
Left Hand option available
Hardcase option available
None, Fano P-90, Fano Humbucker, Lollar P-90 or Lollar Imperial Humbucker
Fano P-90, Fano Humbucker, Lollar P-90 or Lollar Imperial Humbucker
Nickel – No Aging
Medium Aged Nickel
Black Mustang, Nickel Barrel or Cream Radio Knobs
Black or White
Black or Parchment
White Pearloid or Tortoise
Late 50’s Roundback .860 – .970
Rosewood or Maple
Rosewood Fingerboard – Clay Dots or White Pearloid Dots,
Maple Fingerboard – Black Pearloid Dots or Black Dots
White, Clay or Black
Fano Modern “Kluson” Style
Body Color on Upper / Lower Vintage Tint
Body Color on Lower / Upper Vint Tint
The internet is full of good (and bad) information on the differences between our two lines. But the best place to learn about the difference between the models is right here.
To make it really simple, it’s about offering the best guitar’s possible where we are able to acquire enough sets of components in larger amounts which in turn brings the costs down. Allowing us to deliver the Oltre range. The workmanship is the same, the techniques to build the guitar are the same. So you are still getting a top end hand built, boutique guitar, just with less options to allow us to bring them to you at a great price.
Won’t the market be flooded with the same guitars? No, we’ll be changing the colors and potentially other options on a regular basis to ensure you still have a limited run guitar.
But it’s all about transferring the cost savings onto you in a transparent way.