Vancouver guitar manufacturer unveils new line of Avenger baritone guitars
By Alex Baker
Jericho Guitars has unveiled its new line of Avenger baritone guitars. The Avenger comes equipped with a 27-inch scale that’s been optimized for standard tuning as well as drop tunings as low as drop G.
“This is not your daddy’s guitar,” explains Dave Muselman of Jericho Guitars. The instrument features top of the line components including Seymour Duncan Full Shred pickups on the bridge and neck, Grover tuners, a GOTOH bridge, an ebony fret board, and a three-piece maple neck.
“This instrument was built with today’s player in mind,” said Muselman. “From blues to sludge, studio to stage, this guitar has it all. Whether you are layering guitars in the studio or throwing it around live, this perfectly balanced 6.5-pound guitar allows you to play from the heart and not the hip.”
There are two variations of the Jericho Avenger: the Avenger White and the Avenger Black. The White comes with white top, white headstock and black batting. The Black is completely blacked out and features chrome hardware. The finishes are both UV resistant, with anti-yellowing compounds, and buffed to a fine gloss.
For more information, visit jerichoguitars.com.