This time Kitarablogi.com takes a closer look at two Hagström models: The Viking Deluxe Baritone is a Far-Eastern-made baritone-guitar, made to please the friends of low riffage, while the brand-new Northen Swede is part of the company’s new high-end line, which is handmade in the Czech Republic.
The Hagström Viking Baritone (current street price in Finland approx. 600 €) is the newest addition to the Viking-line. This long-necked beauty features the same stylish curves and semi-acoustic body as the rest of the Vikings.
The Canadian hard rock maple neck is glued into the body, which is made from flame maple plywood.
Hagström’s headstock simply oozes 1950’s glitzy panache, with its ultraclean binding and inlay work.
The top nut, on the other hand, is up to date, using self-lubricating, man-made Black Tusq.
Modern sealed Hagström-tuners keep things steady.
One of Hagström’s special features is their Resinator-fingerboard. Resinator is…
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