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Electric guitar manufacturer Oktober Guitars announced today the new DevilWing bass guitar, their latest addition to the Von Frankenstein Series. The DevilWing is designed by legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, who has been working closely with Oktober Guitars for the better part of two years to design instruments that are not only eye catching but also play and sound like no other.

A year and a half in the making, the DevilWing bass guitar is available now in Production and U.S. Custom Shop models. Both can be ordered via the Oktober Guitars website.

DevilWing Production Series:
Mahogany body and neck
Set in neck construction
Rosewood finger board with 27 jumbo frets and “bat” taper
34″ scale
Mother-of-pearl Bat inlays with “Doyle” on 12th fret
Oktober Suckerpunch soap bar pickup
Form-fitting Oktober hard shell case in “Zombie Skin” finish included
Flat black finish only
Black hardware
MSRP $1399 USD  FACTORY DIRECT $699

Glow-in-the-dark Oktober Logo
Oktober Suckerpunch soap bar pickup
Certificate of Authenticity signed by Doyle
Hand-numbered
Coffin flight case
Lifetime warranty
Hand-built in the USA

Flat black finish only

MSRP $6499 USD  FACTORY DIRECT $3500

Originally an exclusive custom shop for the discriminating guitarist, Oktober Guitars now includes a full line of instruments available in multiple price points. The USA-built models are individually handcrafted in Maryland, working closely with the customer to design a truly unique instrument. The Oktober Guitars philosophy is to begin with the end in mind. With that motto, the company strives to build a product the customer will never put down.

Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, legendary guitarist of the iconic band The Misfits, and now guitarist and founder of Gorgeous Frankenstein, is the ideal artist to work with Oktober Guitars. The two have teamed to offer the Von Frankenstein series of guitars and basses.

Learn more about the Devil Wing bass guitar and watch a product demo, please visit www.oktoberguitars.com

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