moews Salinger Fortissimo Purple Metallic

Salinger Fortissimo

Workhorse in a dream colour

Our moews Salinger Fortissimo Purple Metallic makes it easy for you. Its excellent playability is the result of our years of experience in guitar building. The player’s hand glides over the perfect V-shape neck profile and the wafer-thin nitro lacquer finish to the ergonomically perfectly slanted neck-body transition, which gives solo playing the right drive. It is simply a moews.

The look of our HSS version also leaves nothing to be desired. Our workhorse comes with an authentic player ageing in the dream color purple metallic. The homogeneously flamed Roasted Maple neck with dark Ebony fingerboard dresses it up beautifully.

„The sound is woody, balanced and round, offers lively and lively highs, but at the same time sounds earthy, warm and fat“, reviews professional musician Peter Schillmöller in Grand Guitars magazine. And further: „The classic sounds of an S-Type are, to my mind, captured in the highest quality and absolutely typical form.“ No wonder, because the first-class sound spectrum is additionally extended by the coil splitting of the bridge pickup in a sophisticated way. The Push-Push makes it possible.



Model Salinger
Body European Alder
Neck Roasted Flame Maple (1 pc)
Shape Sweet V
Frets 22 Narrow
Nut Unbleached Bone
Hardware Gotoh Master Relic
Bridge Gotoh Tremolo 510TS-SF1C; Highwood Vintage Relic HG 10,80 saddles
Color Purple Metallic
Finish Nitro – Player Ageing
Neck: Single Coil moews „Blues“
Middle: Single Coil moews „Blues“
Bridge: Humbucker moews „Lovesong“
Wiring: 1 Mastervolume, 1 Mastertone (+push/push-functionality Coil Splitting Bridge PU), 5-Way Lever Switch
Weight 3.40 kg

Professional guitarist Peter Schilmöller in a video review of the moews Salinger Fortissimo Purple Mettalic for Grand Guitars magazine.

Who is Peter Schilmöller?

Peter Schilmöller, a guitarist, songwriter and music producer from Germany living in the Netherlands, started playing classical guitar at the age of twelve. After a short time he became interested in rock music and electric guitars.

Peter Schilmöller studied jazz guitar at the Dutch conservatories of Arnhem, Zwolle and Enschede and graduated with a Master’s degree in 2004. Since then he has played countless concerts in many countries around the world. He has also performed in several plays and musical productions.

Peter has a distinctive sound and knows how to tell stories with music, whether as a guitarist or as a composer. In addition to his work as a musician, he teaches at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster and at the music school Greven/Emsdetten/Saerbeck and writes for the German guitar magazine „grand gtrs & basses“.