Musician Annie Clark aka St. Vincent (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Musician Annie Clark aka St. Vincent (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Annie Clark has done North Texas proud in her role as pop provocateur and guitar goddess St. Vincent, going so far earlier this year as to snatch up the alt-music album Grammy. Oh yeah, and she upstaged Taylor Swift at Swift's own show the other night in LA. But forget all that. There's a new development today that pretty much cements Clark's guitar-hero status in music. Ernie Ball has worked with her to design a signature St. Vincent electric axe. 

(Ernie Ball Music Man)

(Ernie Ball Music Man)

Available to ship to covetous diehards and serious players alike, the "St. Vincent signature" comes in slick black or, our favorite, a custom color dubbed "Vincent blue" that was hand-mixed by Clark. She also had a lot to do with the design of the instrument, joking in an Instagram post today that its no-frills shape makes room "for a breast ... or two."

More from the Ernie Ball Music Man specs page for the new axe: 

"Featuring an African mahogany body, Ernie Ball Music Man tremolo, gunstock oil and hand-rubbed rosewood neck and fingerboard, St. Vincent inlays, Schaller locking tuners, 5-way pick up selector with custom configuration and 3-mini humbuckers, the guitar also comes complete with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky guitar strings."

And not to keep bringing up Taylor Swift, but Clark was playing her signature guitar (the black edition) on stage during that fateful concert cameo earlier in the week. How's that for a soft opening? If only the guitar came with safe-for-home pyrotechnics ...

Wanna get your hands on one of those guitars? Find out more here


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