Strandberg launches a line of Boden Metal Sarah Longfield guitars

If you’ve got a thing for guitars that deliver an impeccable tone, combined with a uniquely beautiful design, Strandberg and Sarah Longfield have teamed up for the perfect medicine. The guitar company announced a brand new lineup of 3 models, aptly named the Boden Metal Sarah Longfield guitars. The company has teamed up with metal artist Sarah Longfield on a signature line of crafted guitars that look and play like a dream.

The Boden Metal Sarah Longfield guitars are available in three different formats — six string, seven string, or eight string for those who need a little more range. The body design of each guitar however is what immediately draws eyes towards it. It features a swirly blend of colors throughout on top of a solid black that makes it contrast and pop out even more. This design was created by Longfield herself, and she even tested it herself on her very own custom Boden.

The head of the guitar is noticeably short, leaving just enough space for the tuning pegs to fit on. The neck is made of maple, and an ebony fretboard sitting right on top. You have 24 Jescar 57110 frets laid out across the neck for a strong tone, reinforced with Fishman Fluence Modern humbuckers to really drive it home. Of course, you have a master volume knob, and two switches controlling coil-splitting, and tone control functions.

It goes without saying, with all of these amazing specs and renowned pieces of tech inside of this guitar, what you hear out of the amp will very likely sound amazing, and we bet you’ll have a lot of fun playing it in the process as well. If you want to learn more about the Boden Metal Sarah Longfield line of guitars before you buy, you can check out all of that information at the Strandberg Guitars website. And if you’re ready to make the move, you can grab it for yourself. With the six string priced at $2,395, the seven string at $2,449, and the eight string at $2,495. Go pick one up, play it for yourself, and be sure to let us know what you think.