WILDONE CHRONOGRAPH

The WildOne is the first guitar ever designed by Wild Ju. Over the past few years, we’ve built different versions of the WildOne, using different construction methods (neck through body, set neck, bolt-on-neck, carved top, flat top, german carved top…), different scales (24’5″, 25’5″, 25″, barytone), different tone woods (maple, mahogany, walnut, swamp ash…) and obviously different finishes.

The IronTop construction is a variation of the traditional thinline construction method. A brass plate is set on top of an half chambered body. The brass top brings bright metallic sonorities to the instrument.

The Chronograph is powered by a calibrated set of Seymour Duncan (APH1n/SHPG1b)

 

MADE IN WILD

Our guitars are 100% made in France. We believe in the true artisanal values and all our instruments are handcrafted the old fashion way in our workshop.

Our only goal is to deliver premium quality instruments and everything is designed, crafted, painted, wired, set, tuned in France.

TONE WOOD / CHRONOGRAPH’

GOOD WOOD = GOOD TONE

A lot of attention is paid to source premium quality wood for all our instruments.

The body is made in mahogany (khaya Senegal). It is a fine grained wood with great musical properties. The tone is warm and full with good sustain. The mahogany is associated with some of the most famous rock music of our time.

The neck is made in maple (Canada), a very hard, heavy and dense wood. The tone is very bright with long sustain and a lot of bite.

IronTop Brass

This construction method is a variation of the traditional thinline construction. A brass plate is set on top of an half chambered body. The brass top brings bright metallic sonorities to the instrument.

BOLT-ON NECK

The slower transference of acoustic energy from the non-glued neck yields a little more pop and attack from the string—in essence, it decouples the strings from the body and neck. The snap and pop of the bolt-on guitar neck emphasizes note definition. It adds a sharpness and firmness that contribute to a cutting tone, often called “twang”

WildOne Neck Profile

The Standard Thin is our most popular contour. Its medium “C” shape will feel comfortable to most players. The Wildone features an ebony headstock overlay and a volute to reinforce the neck.

Fingerboard = Brazilian Pau Ferro (Rosewood substitute to respect the CITES agreement and the European Union wood species protection regulation 338/97)
Fret = medium jumbo / 18% nickel
N° of Frets = 22
Radius = 12″
Width at nut = 43mm
bone nut

24-3/4″ Scale

The Gibson 24-3/4″ scale is one of the most common guitar scale length. Being shorter than the Fender 25-1/2″ scale, the Gibson 24-3/4″ scale has a lower tension/easier to play feel, and a warmer tone.

24-3/4″ = 629mm

SEYMOUR DUNCAN

Over the years Seymour Duncan has created pickups for almost every musician you can think of: Slash, Billy Gibbons, Mark Knopfler, David Gilmour, Steve Harris, Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Stevie Ray Vaughan and so many more… visit their website to get more details on their incredible pickup range www.seymourduncan.com

Hardware / IRONTOP

Our Iron Top series feature

Machine heads by Kluson
Tune-O-Matic tone pro bridge & tail piece
Dome knobs chrome
Bone nut
Standard strap pin

WEIGHT / IronTop

Weight is for reference only. Because every one of our instruments is handmade, the weight may change depending the piece of wood we select for your guitar.

kg = 3,8kg / 4,3kg
lbs = 8.3lbs / 9.3lbs