Roasted maple neck provides excellent stability and gorgeous caramel finish. The mahogany wood used for the body was also roasted for stronger mids and slightly lighter weight.
Bone is a harder natural material and it has been favored by many luthiers for higher-end instruments due to its sustain and natural lubricating property.
Hand Polished Stainless Steel Frets
Stainless steel frets provide unrivaled durability and smooth playing surface for nice and easy big bends. Each fret ends are also hand-dressed for playing comfortability.
U to C Compound Neck Profile and Compound Radius
Eart EAT-100 has a unique U to C compound neck profile with a thicker shoulder on the lower frets, slowly tapers down to a slimmer C to higher frets. Along with a 7.25” to 9.5” compound fingerboard radius, Eart EAT-100 provides excellent playability for both chording and soloing.