Steinberger Electric Guitars

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Steinberger Guitars are distinctively designed guitars which date back to the late 80s. Steinberger strives to offer the ultimate compact, ergonomically designed guitar that can be used for any situation or style. The guitars are primarily built from carbon fibre and graphite, resulting in a light indestructible instrument. View all information

Steinberger Electric Guitars

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About Steinberger Electric Guitars

The Steinberger philosophy is to design and produce the most state of the art guitar possible, using unique design features like removing the headstock and materials like carbon fibre and graphite. Originally designed by CEO Ned Steinberger in 1979 the shape and sound of the guitar was very popular in the early to late 80s. One popular feature was the TransTrem system which allowed for dive bombs and whammy sounds while keeping tuning stability.

Steinberger is owned by Gibson Corporation which improved the production rates and build quality of today's Steinberger guitars.

We also offer a range of Steinberger Bass Guitars.

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