Abstract Hellion Guitars

Abstract Hellion Guitars


Purple Metalflake,  Ebony Fretboard, Large Diamond Inlays, Mahogany Body,
Real German Floyd Rose  Bound Neck & Headstock, Gold Hardware,
 Seymour Duncan Pickups, Neck Through Body 24 Frets.

The Hellion is a rock solid guitar aimed at the metal market. These guitars  come in 22, 24 & 27 fret models.  They come in choices of 1, 2 or 3 pickups, Any brand you like. You can get any electronics package you want. Like most Abstract Guitars they are a special order, made to your exact specs.

You can buy it in any color, specify any type of wood and it even comes in a doubleneck, baritone or a bass model. This guitar is not for the weekend hacker. This is an all out serious top quality axe that will deliver years of faithful service. These Guitars are available with more than 20 choices of Headstock Designs and no extra charge for left-handed.

Notice the 27 fret fingerboard on this bodyblank
No extra charge

Gabriella Versace  

 All Abstract guitars are available with almost any custom modification you could think of.

You can choose the wood you want, We carry 44 different types of wood on the premises. You can choose whatever pickups you like, We carry all the major brand names and many boutique brands like Tom Holmes. You can order most models with any headstock on our list or design something yourself. You can choose the hardware and you can design the electronics.  Most models are available in Basses, Doublenecks, Neck Through Body, Bolt On, Headless like a Steinberger, Baritones, Left Handed or whatever your heart desires.

Abstract Guitars are only slightly more money than production made guitars from other companies, Abstract Guitars are thousands of dollars less than what other companies choose to call custom shop guitars. We Offer the Buzz Feiten Tuning System, Direct Coupling

All Abstract guitars are built in the USA and carefully & lovingly set up just before we sell them. All Abstract guitars come with a super stable very fast neck & neck heel.   

     Ed Roman