Grez Guitars announces the release of a 28.5” scale Baritone version of their Mendocino semi-hollowbody guitar.
Barry Grzebik, luthier and owner of Grez Guitars, comments, “Following the successful launch last year of the Mendocino production model, the baritone version is a great addition and really starts to build a ‘line’ of production guitars for us. The lively and wide-ranging tone of the Mendocino lends itself well to the extended range of a baritone instrument.”
The Mendocino Baritone’s bold voice comes from its semi-hollow design, acoustic guitar grade, Old Growth Redwood top, and one-piece Honduran Mahogany blanks used for the neck and body.
Available in Black and Natural, with and without a Bigsby, these options will also be available on the standard Mendocino. Customized versions can be produced with delivery times as little as 30 days.
Mendocino Baritone specs:
● 13.25” Semi-Hollowbody 1.75″ Depth
● 28.5″ Scale, Jumbo Frets
● Solid Old Growth Redwood Top
● Macassar Ebony Fretboard
● Grez Stainless Steel Tail Piece
● 1pc Honduran Mahogany Body and Neck
● Lollar Goldfoil Pickups
● Nitro Finish
Street price is $2,800. Grzebik will be showcasing the Mendocino Baritone at Summer NAMM at booth 1620, over June 28-30.
Find out more at grezguitars.com.
Grez Guitars Debuts the Mendocino Baritone Guitar
Source: Guitar Player