Novo Solus M1 in Uffington Green

Novo Solus M1 in Uffington Green

Regular price$3,099.00

  • Uffington Green
  • 3-Ply Black pickguard & backplate
  • Fralin Dogear P-90
  • Light distress
  • Tempered Pine body
  • German Carve
  • Tempered maple neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • MOTO dot inlays
  • Chunky ‘C’ neck shape (.880”)
  • 9.5"-14" fingerboard radius
  • 24.75” scale length
  • 22 Jescar Medium frets (.047″x.095″)
  • 1.65″ nut width
  • Unbleached bone nut
  • Compensated wrapover bridge
  • Nickel hardware
  • Kluson® Supreme tuners w/ staggered posts
  • Emerson Custom paper in oil capacitor
  • Volume, tone
  • Black P-90 cover, witch hat knobs
  • Thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Bull Black peghead
  • Stringjoy 11-50 strings
  • Novo deluxe padded soft case


  • Instruments ship directly from Novo Guitars via UPS. Once payment is submitted, instruments will ship in 2-3 business days.
  • The customer is responsible for all applicable costs including insurance, taxes, customs and bank transfer fees. All guitars are insured and declared for their full value.
  • Shipping within the continental US is $90. Within the US, instruments ship via UPS Ground.
  • International shipping rates will be calculated at the time of shipping. 


  • All international sales are final
  • The customer has a 48 hour approval upon receipt
  • No returns will be accepted without a Return Authorization
  • Contact for a Return Authorization Number
  • Once receiving a Return Authorization Number, the customer has 7 days to ship the instrument to Novo 
  • The customer is responsible for all return shipping costs
  • Returned instruments must be in original condition
  • Upon receipt, the instrument will be inspected by a Novo tech to assess it’s condition
  • The customer will pay for any necessary repairs
  • A refund for any reason will be processed less a 10% restocking fee, plus all handling and freight charges

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