Supernova Guitalele

The SUPERNOVA is the latest creation of Waiz production!

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Supernova is a short scale guitar (it has the same scale of the tenor ukulele, 430 mm) that can be tuned like a classical guitar or an octave higer!

Supernova is the perfect choice if you want to experiment an amazing small guitalele with an incredible sound!

Have you ever played a Soprano banjo guitar?
This is the Supernova by Waiz: the amazing soprano guitar that sounds like a banjo!

Built in two pieces, with a neckthrough body, the Supernova has a strong structure that provides sustain to the notes.

The fretboard has a light radius (20”) that gives comfort to the neck, and also makes it more playable with a pick.
But what gives a loud voice to this instrument is the fish skin: this particoular type of skin is rich of resonances and has a really brillant voice.

Because Waiz wants to please every musicians, if you are vegan, the Supernova soprano guitar can be equipped with a synthetic fiberskin by Remo.

The Supernova is always equipped with WAIZ skin tightening system that is unique in the world: It is composed by six allen screws that press on a tonering: to tune your banjo head you will only need a small allen key.

If you are a guitarist and you want to explore higher notes, the Supernova soprano guitar is the right choice to expand your possibilities.

You will never forget the moment when you play the Supernova for the first time!




TECHNICAL DATA

Model: Supernova
Soundboard Fish skin
Body: Spanish cedar
Tonering: Aluminum
Neck: Spanish cedar
Nut: Horne, Bone
Fretboard: Ebony, rosewood
Diapason: 430 mm (13″)
Radius: 20”
Bridge: Ebony, maple
Finish: Tru-oil
Tuning pegs: ebony, rosewood
Amplification: On request
Case: On request
Dimensions: 750x295x35 mm
Net weight: 950 g

SUPERNOVA PHOTOGALLERY:

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