The NEXT GENERATION of the electric guitar!
The latest design MARY ONE guitar from Relish Guitars is another triumph of Swiss engineering
You can customise your MARY ONE guitar with your own individual choices of main body colour, edge colour, rear body colour, unique wood panel selections with optional colour stains.
You can even personalise the electronics with Relish, Seymour Duncan or Bare Knuckle pickup sets plus the option to add a Ghost piezo pickup system – and you can change the pickups at any time!
PICKUP SWAPPING SYSTEM – One Guitar for any music genre.
Get your perfect sound for Rock, Blues, Pop, Jazz… Just swap the pickups
- Swap your pickups within seconds
- Several pickup sets from Seymour Duncan, Bareknuckle & Relish available
- Height adjustment by hand
- Tilt adjustment by Allen key
You can purchase a variety of pickup sets which you can change at any time (within seconds with no special tools) to match your guitar tone to your gig requirements
Construction: Relish Floating Sandwich Construction
Fretboard Material: Dark Strand Woven Bamboo
Weight: 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs)
Scale Length: 650 mm (25.59“)
Neck Material: Bent Maple
Neck Shape: Contemporary “C“ shape
Nut Width: 42.5 mm (1.67”)
Nut Material: Graphite
Truss Rod: Two-Way
Fretwire: 24 Medium Stainless Steel Frets
Fretboard Radius: 10’’
Finish: Semi-matt Varnish
Pickups: Relish Buckers XV
Bridge: Relish Hardtail
Strings: D’Addario NYXL 10-46
The secret of Relish Guitars’ unique sound and extensive sustain lies in the combination of the materials and revolutionary floating sandwich construction method, offering brilliant, crystal clear sound. The vibrance of the whole guitar is way different than any other!
RELISH GUITARS – our approach is to inspire musicians!
We stand for –
SWISS MADE PREMIUM QUALITY
The secret of Relish Guitars’ unique sound and the extensive sustain lays in the combination of the materials and its construction.
Due to special construction methods and materials we achieve a unique sound and playability. The bodies are a sandwich construction.
We do not use tropical wood at all in our construction and for our fingerboards we use strand woven bamboo which, in addition to being an environmentally sustainable wood, has a wealth of sustain and tone. The bamboo is also extremely resilient to changes in humidity which results in less maintenance – it is even harder than Ebony!