The new Lace Cybercaster 10.8° guitar blends new technology, including the patented 10.8° neck design with tried and true traditional values.
"You can never forget old designs, but you can certainly push the envelope to create an entirely fresh new design with better balance features along with incredible good looks," stated Don Lace. "The feel of this guitar with the 10.8° neck is simply beyond comparison," further stated Lace.
Bathed in a traditional butterscotch finish on a two-piece ash body with graphite style pickguard, the Cybercaster creates incredible presence either on or off the stage. A glossy finished 10.8° neck with vintage tint further enhances the 25.5" scale length. Unique Lace headstock is at a 4 degree tilt back for better string tension. Side markers, graphite 1-7/8" nut along with jumbo Dunlop frets are featured on the 10.8° neck. Other features include billet aluminum machined headstock plate and serialized neck plate, locking tuners, and wraparound bridge.
A full range of tonal excellence from country style pickin' to traditional humbucker qualities comes from the all-new Lace Hemi humbuckers.
The Cybercaster makes its debut at Summer NAMM in Nashville and is now shipping. The Lace Cybercaster is made in Huntington Beach, California. A hard shell case is also included. Suggested retail price is $1,499.00.