We add new features to our model Yellow Sixties. HSS pickups configuration offers variety of sounds including nice and powerful output from bridge humbucker. As a standard we use our highest quality Ufnal Custom pickups. In new Yellow Sixties HSS the bridge pickup can be Ufnal Custom or DiMarzio AT-1 (Andy Timmons signature)
Pickups have been matched to get perfectly balanced tone, response and volume level. That means you avoid noticeable peak volume level when changing from the neck single coil to the bridge humbucker. This is serious and common issue not easy to cope with but we did it!
A flame maple neck exposes the beauty of wood grains while delivering a bright, snappy tone captured by our hand-wired pickups. The electronics is specifically matched to the guitar, so is the tremolo bridge accompanied by locking tuners and a hand-filed nut – all this to ensure proper tone, tuning stability and overall playability you would expect of a high class, custom made instrument... in the shape we all love. Because we are really passionate about making great designs even better!
Splitter or Humb-bypass?
Miniswitch between Volume and Tone regulations can be configured as a Humbucker coil splitter or as a Humbucker bypass – connecting signal from the bridge humbucker directly to the output jack. This is also known as a Blower-switch.
Line: Modern Classic
Model: Yellow Sixties HSS
Colour: Yellow ’60
Construction: Bolt on
Finish: Nitro lacquer
Neck Flamed Maple Master Grade, one piece with walnut skunk stripe
Neckshape: Rounded V/C
Number of frets: 22
Frets: Medium Jumbo (nickel/silver Dunlop 6105 or stainless)
Neck finish: Nitro lacquer, high gloss
Pickups: 2x Single Coil Ufnal Custom Mid Wave, white cover
1x Humbucker Ufnal Custom or DiMarzio AT-1, black no cover
Switching: 5 – way
Coil Splitter: Miniswitch
Tremolo: ABM 5050V
Locking Tuners: Gotoh
Pickguard: 3-pl white
Knobs: 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone, Chrome
Strap pins: Gotoh or Schaller Straplocks, nickel/chrome
Ufnal Guitars – New Boutique Guitar Company in Europe
Please welcome a new brand of boutique and custom guitars emerging from Poland.
What started out over 30 years ago as a local one-man workshop, turned into a full-blown guitar manufacturing company with international range.