The Gear Gods Review the Kiesel Vader VM6 Multiscale Headless Guitar

Check out the new video review of the Kiesel Vader VM6 Multiscale Headless guitar from the Gear Gods! Trey Xavier puts the VM6 through its paces, and gives a thorough demonstration of the wide variety of tonal capabilities of this guitar, as well as hits on all the design specifics. Like all Gear Gods videos, this review is slickly produced, with great audio allowing you to hear what the Vader Series is capable of.

The Vader Series multiscale guitars are available in 6, 7 and 8 string version; The VM6, VM7 and VM8. The VM6 has a 25.5″ – 26.5″ scale length; the VM7 has a 25.5″ – 27″ scale length; and the VM8 has a 26″ – 27.5″ scale length. Staggered offset dots, staggered offset dots with the 12th fret “K” logo inlay or the 12th fret “K” logo inlay by itself are available; or if your not a fan of inlays, you can opt for no inlays. All other Vader options are available, including a chambered body; exotic top, body and neck woods; and our complete selection of standard solid finishes, optional translucent, metallic & color-shift finishes, and deep finishes for flamed and quilted maple tops. Kiesel Lithium pickups provide all the tone you'll need, and a Hipshot bridge with Kiesel's proprietary headless multiscale headpiece keep you in tune, and allow the use of standard, single ball end strings. The Custom Shop also offers a wide assortment of other multiscale instruments, including our bolt-neck Aries Series, neck-through DCM Series, and our ultimate 70th Anniversary K-Series.

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