PHRED instruments guitars include the Ernesto VH, Liger, Wolph, Tella, Deadbolt, PH One, Phusion and Saguaro Bass. They are electric guitars with triple humbucker, dual humbucker and triple single coil pickups. Some of them have an OBEL system and pre-amp installed. The VH stands for Virtually Hollow, which means that the guitar has been hollowed out to emulate a traditional hollow body guitar. The solid body and virtually hollow guitars use either swamp ash or mahogany wood for the body, maple or mahogany wood for the neck, ebony or rosewood for the fretboard, and all of them have 24 frets. Each guitars has mini-toggle switches to increase tonal options from a single instrument. PHRED instruments is inspired by Languedoc guitars, Doug Irwin guitars, Cripe Guitars, and well as Fender, Gibson and Ibanez guitars. The Ernesto VH is not a Languedoc clone, the Liger is not a Tiger guitar clone, Wolph is not a Wolf guitar clone, and Deadbolt is not a Bolt guitar clone. Other luthiers make visually striking clones of these highly sought after guitars. PHRED instruments is the guitar center for guitar players in jam bands, rock bands, and alternative rock bands similar to Phish, the Grateful Dead, and The String Cheese Incident.