Kanjicaster: Barnwood Whitewash Ancient Japanese Dragon Relic
The Kanjicaster is now available for pre-order
The Kanjicaster is a one of a kind instrument. Inspired by Japanese art, The Kanjicaster was treated using Shou Sugi Ban (charred wood preservation method developed in 18th century Japan). It was then painted in a whitewash finish, in such a way that the charred wood is shown through the paint.
The neck is of Japan import, with the beautiful Abalone Dragon inlay done by Japanese artisans.
Seymour Duncan Antiquity 55 – Bridge position
DIMARZIO Area T– Neck Position
Handmade Bone nut
Custom 4-way Oak Grigsby switch, which allows for tone experimentation. The unique 4th position switch allows for the activation of both pickups in series rather than parallel.
The hardware is carefully reliced as to not harm the functionality of the parts. The patina covers the control panel, ashtray bridge, Bigsby tremolo
The artwork features traditional Japanese Kanji. The side of the guitar features the kanji of each Japanese chess piece, culminating with the symbol for the king on the back.
The solid maple pickguard features black binding and a woodburned depiction of a Japanese dystopian cyberpunk cityscape.
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