When Daniel Gildenlöw presented his ideas for his custom guitar to Mayones, they found them so interesting that they wanted to make signature models. Read more about the specifics below.
Mayones Elements (6-strings and 7-strings)
Daniel's first signature series of guitars, based on the Mayones Regius model but with very specific and though-through solutions you won't find on any other guitars. You can personalize a number of details such as having quick access to your own favorite tone level or neck pickup gain level for instance. It also has a 64-page manual (referred to as "required reading for everyone who takes guitar seriously" at metalguitarist.com) written by Daniel himself. The series comes as four models: Fire, Water, Air and Earth. [read more] [manual]
Mayones Perfect (6-string baritone)
Daniel's second visionary guitar model developed together with Mayones. This is a fretless baritone scale guitar with built-in MIDI controller (and even a switch to change patch up/down). Just like the four regular Element models, the Perfect is full of ground-breaking ideas and designs. If you want to take your playing to a new and braver level, this is where to go. There is also a fretted version, for those who want to take it one step at a time. [read more]
Mayones Perfect Proto (7-string)
This is the prototype guitar built before deciding on the final specs of the Perfect (see above). It is fretless, but as opposed to the finalized Perfects, this has a standard scale and is a 7-string. It was frequently used on both Road Salt One and Two.
Mayones Road Salt Proto (6-strings and 7-strings)
As opposed to the ground-breaking and extremely versatile Element and Perfect guitars, this model is kick-ass old-school. It's like the meanest combo of Telecaster and Les Paul you can think of, with some subtle additional push-pull action and 7 strings available. Daniel's own guitars have the True Temperament frets on them, which will be optional on the official series. Comes in three versions: Ivory, Ebony and Amber.