Prisma Guitars and the man behind it, Nick Pourfard, are the real deal. Just like the thrashed skateboards he transforms, Nick paid his dues to create something new, something rad. Yes, he's a skateboarder (gnar too), guitar player, and highly skilled woodworker.
There are so many parallels between skateboarding and making music: woodshedding / mastering a trick, playing outside / pushing it, and jubilation / stoke. It is by design that the skateboarder's spirit is infused in to Prisma Guitars. Beyond aesthetics and without limiting the tonal palette, these guitars shred.
Distortion Brothers digs their repurposed skateboard elements and the mojo they impart to these expertly crafted and sonically exceptional instruments. We also deeply appreciate the quality components used to complete these artful guitars.
Prisma Guitars and the man behind it, Nick Pourfard, are the real deal. The stand-out design element, repurposed skateboards, is visually striking and imparts the creativity, dedication, and passion that both skateboarders and guitar players share. This guitar's sonic and functional aspects are totally musical, handmade, and original. The result is a truly special instrument that inspires "getting stylish" and "pushing it".
This single pickup Syndicate incorporates quality components, including a McNelly pickup, a TonePros bridge, and Emerson Custom electronics. Nick designed this to be an original, simple Rock 'n Roll Machine.
Would you like to see another Syndicate being made and even played by none other than Tommy Guerrero? Then you'll want to check out the VIDEOS tab above.
|Finish||Blue on he back of the body|
|Body||Alder with Repurposed Skateboard Top|
|Pickups||1 - McNelly P90|
|Controls||1 - Emerson Custom Volume & Tone|
|Bridge||TonePros AVT2 Wraparound with Locking Studs|
|Tuners||Staggered Vintage Style|
|Case||Mono Guitar Sleeve Gig Bag|