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Harley Benton Fusion-T HH HT Roasted FNT


Electric Guitar

  • Ergonomically shaped body
  • Body: Sapele
  • Top: Flamed maple veneer
  • Bolt-on neck: Roasted Canadian flamed maple
  • Fretboard: Roasted maple
  • Fretboard inlays: Dots
  • Neck profile: Modern-C
  • Fretboard radius: 305 mm
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • GraphTech TUSQ XL nut
  • 22 Medium jumbo frets made of stainless steel
  • Natural wood binding
  • Pickup: Roswell LAF-B-CR Alnico-5 (bridge) and Roswell LAF-N-CR Alnico-5 (neck) humbuckers
  • Master volume knob
  • Master tone control with push/pull function for single-coil/humbuckers
  • 3-Way switch
  • WSC HPS-6 Custom hardtail bridge
  • Chrome hardware
  • WSC staggered locking die-cast machine heads
  • Ex-factory stringing: .010 - .046
  • Colour: Gloss Flame Natural
Colour Natural
Pickups HH
Fretboard Maple
Tremolo None
Body Nyatoh
Top Maple
Neck Maple
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Incl. Case No
Incl. Bag No
available since December 2019
Item number 469545
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Please check your guitars more carefully. Please...
Alexey Moskvitin 18.02.2020
To begin with, I'm from Russia.
I had to ask the tomann to exchange one instance of Fusion-T for another, since the first had a number of drawbacks - the most important of which was a white pickup in the neck position.
Yesterday I picked up another HB F-T, having paid customs duty again.
Now about the guitar - a very controversial instrument.

1. The neck is made very well. That part of the working department is well done.
A good maple, perfectly rolled frets, excellent spikes and string springs.

2. Good quality pickups. Universal frequency response and sound readability.

3. Nice, simple bridge. Holding the strings through the deck provides a decent sustain.

4. Screening of the tone block, accurate organization of wiring.

Cons (maybe specifically my copy, but on the previous guitar they were similar):
1. Humbuckers stand crooked towards the strings, they are littered. This is due to the fact that there are no springs under the screws. The sensor simply lies on pieces of paralon.

2. Very cheap three-position switch and potentiometers. The volume potentiometer rustles chronically while rotating, without clinging to the deck. The tone potentiometer scratches the deck, both potentiometers need to be changed.

3. The nut of the neck anchor does not stand strictly perpendicular to the frets (at an angle) during rotation by “cutting” the wood. But it seems to work. It seems that there may be problems with the vulture in the future because of this.
Self-tapping screws are inaccurately screwed into the heel of the neck.

1. The best thing about this guitar is its neck. It is difficult to find an instrument of a similar price category with a similar in quality and tactile feel to the fingerboard.

2. The sound of the guitar is pullable and versatile.

I would like return the guitar, but I don’t think that I can get Tomann’s confessions again. The employees of the export department are great - they make contacts and try to help.

The main complaint is that quality control should be better and more thorough. (especially when sending to CIS countries :-) _)


Very good guitar and exceptional value for money
Sav Balac 28.08.2020
This is a good guitar with great features and is exceptional value for money.

It's a good-looking Tele-style guitar, with a belly cut, so it's comfortable to play. It's quite light too - mine is 7lb 4oz (or 3.29Kg).

The roasted maple neck has a drag-free satin finish so no sticky hands when it's hot! I have quite a strong grip with my fretting hand, so I wear nickel sliver frets out quite quickly - the stainless steel frets on this are great and it's the first thing that attracted me to this guitar.

Good tuners, bridge, pickups and electronics offering humbucker and single coil sounds (via the coil split). The single coil sounds are better than my Baja Tele which cost £750, but not quite as smooth as my £1200 Strat (there is more bass and low mids though). I haven't owned a guitar with humbuckers before - the humbuckers sound pretty good and I probably won't change the pickups.

I went for the hardtail version as I don't use a vibrato, plus it would have been another thing to set up - this hardtail took just a quick adjustment of action and intonation.

When it arrived, the action was a bit high and the intonation needed a little adjustment. The supplied strings only had 1 turn on the tuning posts - all of this you can adjust!

This is now my main guitar as I can play a full set using humbucker or single coils. I am stunned that it sounds better than guitars worth twice the price. If you don't want the roasted maple neck, the black or green versions are going for £268!


Punches Way Above It's Weight
wide eyes 16.10.2021
The headline says it all. It's simply hard to argue against the impressive value of stainless steel frets, a roasted maple neck, locking tuner, and excellent quality control. And the fit and finish is great, regardless of price point. Played excellent right out of the box, even though it travelled halfway across the world to get to me. I expected the pickups to be a weak point, but they are surprisingly versatile. I personally prefer AlNiCo over ceramic, but I would be lying if I said these ceramics were bad. The electronics could benefit from an upgrade, as the switch and pots feel a bit cheap, but they're certainly serviceable and on par for the price point.


Pretty much unbeatable for the price
Capillatus 25.04.2021
This is my main guitar for my cover band, we play mostly at weddings. For this purpose, I think there is no better guitar anywhere close to this price range. I've set it up with a set of 12-52 that works perfect for the DGCEAD tuning I play in (Viola Da Gamba tuning, look it up, it's great!) and I didn't need to touch the nut at all for this. The pickups are fairly low output and while they don't sound very special, I'm still very pleased with them since they sound well in any setting, from crystal clean (though the split settings are much, much better clean) to high gain, so I could play the entire set just on the bridge pickup if I wanted to.

I could write an entire review just about the neck on this thing because it is simply brilliant. It is not very thin, but just the right amount of girth for my hands and the roasted maple is so silky smooth (satin of course so it's never sticky). The hardtail bridge and locking tuners mean changing strings is a breeze.

As with all my Harley Benton guitars I've had so far, the frets are slightly rough but the fret edges are very well finished so your playing is not impeded. I'll probably buy a second one as a back-up at some point.


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