Nik Huber Guitars is looking to celebrate their 10th year anniversary in a responsible manner, with the introduction of the electric Orca guitar.
The electric Orca guitar is constructed using Elixir strings, built for a long-lasting musical experience. The unique thing about this limited-edition guitar is its extremely limited run. And we mean extremely. The Nik Huber guitar will enjoy a run of just 10 guitars. Yes, just 10. Are the NANOWEB Coated Elixir Strings, hand-cut “Orca Family” inlay of silver, black pearl, mother of pearl, and onyx, and 50-year-old Brazilian rosewood construction enough to justify whatever hefty price these will run? Ask your pocketbooks.
“We’ve used Elixir Strings on all of our guitars right from the very beginning,” says Nik Huber of Nik Huber Guitars. “They always feel new and offer tremendous longevity, which is a great complement to our instruments. By building our instruments with Elixir Strings, we are able to give our customers a quality guitar that delivers an enjoyable playing experience.”
Founded by Nik Huber in 1997, the company features a small team of five specialists who handcraft each of their instruments. Based out of Rodgau, Germany, Nik Huber Guitars lends its expertise to only about 120 instruments each year.