The Smiling Bull and Yoey released

The Alternative Guitar and Amplifier Company have released the Smiling Bull and Yoey guitar models. Featuring 25 inch scale heelless maple set necks, the Smiling Bull also features figured maple highlights, maple top and maple headplate. Both have solid bodies constructed from Agathis, ebony fingerboard, 2-way trussrod, tulip tuners, mother of pearl parallelogram inlays, genuine bone nut and 24 nickel frets.

The Smiling Bull
The Smiling Bull

In addition, the Smiling Bull has a set bridge with strings thro’ body, while the Yoey features a Kahler bridge. Other common features are two EMG-HZ humbucking pickups, 2 volume and 2 tone controls, pickup selector switch, plus all chrome hardware. Finished in red, the Yoey is also available in black or ivory, while the Smiling Bull comes in transparent red, blue, amber and cherry sunburst.

The Yoey

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Blinkin' flip! Are they intentionally build ugly guitars so as to be featured on our "Worst..." thread over on the forum?

I think that some companies lack good designers and it is such a pity, in this world of showbiz where the look makes half of the success.

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