NAMM 2017: Wylde Audio hits the Bullseye with Odin Grail Genesis guitar

NAMM 2017: When Zakk Wylde announced his own line of guitars back at NAMM 2015, we knew it was only a matter of time before his infamous cream Bullseye finish made a comeback, and now, here it is: the Wylde Audio Odin Grail Genesis Bullseye.

Available in Genesis and Crimson Gold finishes, the Odin Grail echoes the guitars Zakk played during his time with Ozzy Osborne, and features a maple cap over bound mahogany body, paired with the Black Label Society man's fave EMG 81/85 pickup combo.

The Grail's three-piece maple neck is topped with an ebony fingerboard with 24.75" scale length, while hardware includes a TonePros tune-o-matic bridge at one end, and Grover Rotomatic machineheads and a Graph Tech Tusq nut at the other. It's available left-handed, too.

No word on RRP or availability yet, but we expect very good things, given our experience of the existing Odin model. Head over to worldwide distributor Schecter Guitars for more info.

Michael Astley-Brown

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