Nik Huber Piet - Candy Tangerine Descendant Vibrato
Nik Huber Piet with Descendant bridge is the latest release for this amazing German guitar company! This is the first of Huber's guitars to feature a bolt on neck to its Dolphin shaped body and is a mash of these plus tele-esque and jazzmaster-esque features.
We love Nik's guitars and so when doing the spec's for this instrument, we wanted something that you wont find anywhere else! We've selected the P90 pickup for the bridge and SC for the neck giving a great range of sounds from the one instrument.
For anyone who is familiar with Nik Huber guitars, you will no doubt know that this is one of the finest built instruments in the world at a level of craftsmanship and quality that is rarely matched.
Nik Huber Piet Specifications
- Alder Body
- Candy Tangerine Highgloss Finish
- Maple Neck (bolt on, satin finish)
- Vintage Tinted Neck Paint
- East Indian Rosewood Fingerboard
- Sterling Silver Ring Inlays -
- 25,5" Scale
- P90 "Goldfoil Look" Bridge with SC Neck Pickup
- 1 Master Volume
- 1 Master Tone
- 3 Way Switch
- Tremolo - Descendant
- Nik Huber Gigbag
- Certificate of Authenticity
This Nik Huber Piet arrived in April 2023 and has been opened, photographed and tested. It is a BRAND NEW guitar. It comes with Nik Huber Padded Gig Bag as well as the Certificate of Authenticity.
Nik Huber's Story:
Nik-Huber-Guitars was founded by Nik Huber in 1996. Since then, the company grew slowly but constantly. Today a team of 8 highly skilled specialists is building around 240 instruments a year. All hand-crafted. Since the first attendance at the Frankfurt Musik Messe in 1997, Nik Huber Guitars gained a worldwide reputation as a serious manufacturer of high-class electric-guitars. In 1999 the expanding company moved to a commercial park in its hometown, Rodgau - 20 km south of Frankfurt/Germany, and resides now in a fully, state-of-the-art equipped workshop.
Nik Huber, founder and managing director of Nik Huber Guitars, carries on a more than 100 year old family tradition. In 1896 a heritage of woodworking expertise was born to proud parent Nikolaus Huber in a small village in Southern Bavaria.
Today Nikolaus Huber IV carries that expertise forward in the form of exquisite guitars. More than a 100 years of gathering knowledge and passing it on from one generation to the next makes a remarkable difference in a fast paced world like today’s.
Building guitars with your own hands, as good as possible and beyond, is nothing a career counselor suggests in high-school. At least not a responsible-minded one. Guitarmaking is more a calling than a profession. It can be addictive. It has to be, in a certain way. But it is not about "more, more".