Lefty Nik Huber guitars are somewhat rare, but these are terrific instruments if you can find one. The Surfmeister sports a semihollow mahogany body with F-holes, maple top, figured ebony headstock overlay, Schaller Grandtune Huber tuners, aged nickel Huber adjustable stoptail. Terrific guitar. Haussel Tronebucker pickups are somewhere between a 335 and a Gretsch with TV Jones pickups. And they are splittable, for more tonal options. Love it. Super light — just 5.5 pounds — with a worn “open pore” finish, plus a satin finished neck and deluxe hardshell case.
Huber sez: “It takes skill, boldness and agility to catch the wave of your dreams. It takes a real surf-master. Our Surfmeister guitar – built in the well-known and always dependable Nik Huber quality – comes equipped with a huge California heart. Its tone is courtesy of Tronebucker pickups, as tempting and clear as the Pacific on a bright summer morning. Be ready, before the next big one surges over on the horizon!”
Condition: Mint, worn hardware; Body: Mahogany semi-hollow, maple top; Neck: Mahogany, rosewood fretboard, compound radius (10-14); Nut: 1.67; Color: Worn ice blue; Pickups: Haussel Tronebuckers; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)