Hittite Series 

Puduhepa
“A Hittite Queen”

Construction: Neck Thru - 3 pieces of mahogany

Body : Mahogany

Neck: Mahogany

Scale length: 25.5 inch

Number of Frets: 24

Bridge: Schaller Non-Tremolo Roller Bridge

Pickups: 2 x Humbucker by Helmuth Lemme

Tuners: Gotoh STP-31

Frets: Jescar fw57110-evo gold

Circuit: Passive – one volume and one tone

Finish: Organic oil based

Weight: 2.7 kg

Designed and made by  ocekguitars in Starnberg/Germany- 2021

Puduhepa is a Hittite queen in the 13th century BC, who was known as one of the most influential women known from the Ancient Near East.

The shape of the body is inspired by a little idol made by stone in the ancient Anatolian Hittite empire. 

 

Dedicated to women of Anatolia

Teshub
“God of Storm & Thunder”

Construction: Neck Thru

Body: 3 pieces walnut

Scale length: 25.5 inch

Number of Frets: 24

Bridge: Hipshot

Pickups: 2 x Humbucker by H. Lemme

Tuners: Gotoh ST-31

Frets: Dunlop 6100

Circuit: Passive with one vol. & one tone control

Finish: Organic oil based

Weight: 2.7 kg

Designed and made by  ocekguitars in Starnberg/Germany- 2022

Teshub was the Hurrian god of sky, thunder, and storms. Taru was the name of a similar Hattic storm god, whose mythology and worship as a primary deity continued and evolved through descendant Luwian and Hittite cultures.

 

Teshub is depicted holding a triple thunderbolt and a weapon, usually an axe (often double-headed) or mace. The sacred bull common throughout Anatolia was his signature animal, represented by his horned crown or by his steeds Seri and Hurri, who drew his chariot or carried him on their backs.