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Ruach Softstyle Grey t-shirt

Our classic logo with an updated twist. This essential tee is made from soft-style material for extra comfort with our classic Ruach logo printed in signature blue letters down the right hand side.

Tubular construction with shoulder-to-shoulder tape

Twin needle sleeve and bottom hem

Seamed collarette

Fabric: 60% Polyester, 40% Cotton

Weight: 150 gsm

Ruach Signature Grey Unisex Hoodie

This quality hoodie has been made with air jet spun yarn, giving it a softer feel. This hoodie will last wash after wash without pilling/fraying. For easy washing, it has also been quarter turned to eliminate centre creasing.

The double-lined hood with matching drawstring will keep you warm on cooler days and its twin-needle stitching throughout enhances durability.

Style features include a front pouch pocket, a vintage style Ruach logo with est. date, set-in sleeves, a 1×1 athletic rib with Lycra, which also enables this hoodie to retain its shape after washing.

Fabric: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester fleece

Weight: 270gms

Ruach Unisex Long Sleeve Baseball Shirt

The new Ruach baseball shirt offers style and comfort sporting a new Ruach design on the front. It’s a soft feel, lightweight tee with a slim fit. Perfect for musicians and music lovers alike who want to share a slice of Ruach history.

It features a bound neckline which has a 1×1 Lycra rib contrast collar and contrast raglan sleeves for a fashionable appearance and twin needle stitching detail on neck, sleeves and hem.

Screen printed for a high quality finish

Fabric: 100% cotton Belcoro Yarn

Weight: 160 gsm

Ruach Standard Line Bass Guitar AW

Description

With a distinctive headstock design and a sleek flowing body, the Ruach Bass is sure to stand out from the others. Aesthetically speaking the ‘Swing’ Bass is indulgent and refined, tonally speaking it sings like nothing else.

The Standard Series uses all hardwoods  for superior resonance captured through high end Seymour Duncan pickups. Ash has been used for the body, Walnut for the neck and a Maple fingerboard gives a classic familiar feel; The Seymour Duncan SJB pickup set accentuate the tones produced by these woods. A C shaped neck with a 34” scale length and 10” to 16” compound radius make playing both comfortable and effortless in every position.

30 Days Free Return
We ship the Guitar out to you for free, and if you’re not happy with it within 30 days after delivery – we will arrange our courier to collect it from you and refund you upon its return to our factory.

Time Capsule
At Ruach, each of our electric guitars and basses come with a unique Time Capsule. Search for your guitar here; watch its creation and discover its journey to the present day.

Body Shape

Pain stakingly designed using a combination of pen to paper sketching along with computer aided design over the course of many months, we arrived upon a body shape that echoes our mission statement: Simple. Natural. Original.

Neck

We hand select each piece of wood for our necks to ensure they meet our strict requirements. The wood is stabilised using our in-house conditioning room, and we then cradle the necks over a 30 day manufacturing period; resulting in exceptionally strong and stable necks.

Pickups 

To fully realise this guitars potential we decided to go with Seymour Duncan pickups for their ever-inspiring sound and reliability. This leaves you with a bass that has punch, warmth and comfort

Hardware + Electronics 

Committed to quality, this continues with our selection of hardware. 3 durable CTS pots along with 24G wire inside a Copper Faraday Cage complete the circuit. Machine heads, bridge and control knobs all in polished black for a totally classic look.

Ruach Premium Line Electric Guitar AM Hydro

Description

Born out of a desire to create something that keeps putting a smile on your face, that plays so well it feels like a shame to put it down, that looks so good you want to tell anyone and everyone about it. Each element of this instrument has been lovingly hand crafted using a mix of native and exotic hardwoods. Its small body, C shaped neck and double humbucker configuration make it a monstrous guitar capable of use in any genre, from heavy metal to smooth jazz baby.

30 Days Free Return
We ship the Guitar out to you for free, and if you’re not happy with it within 30 days after delivery – we will arrange our courier to collect it from you and refund you upon its return to our factory.

Time Capsule
At Ruach, each of our electric guitars and basses come with a unique Time Capsule. Search for your guitar here; watch its creation and discover its journey to the present day.

Body Shape

We believe this new body we’ve unveiled is something quite special to behold – a beautiful double cutaway body shape developed over months in our workshop in Northern Ireland. Small, light and ready for some serious use.

Neck

We hand select each piece of wood for our necks to ensure they meet our strict requirements. The wood is stabilised using our in-house conditioning room, and we then cradle the necks over a 30 day manufacturing period; resulting in exceptionally strong and stable necks. We partnered up this guitar with a 25.5” scale, 21 medium sized frets and a maple neck and fretboard making it an absolute beast to play.

Pickups 

We chose the Seymour Duncan Invader set for this guitar for their high gain capabilities while the ceramic magnets add depth and clarity with large hex caps delivering smooth string-to-string balance.

Hardware + Electronics 

Smaller M6 mini top locking machine heads make light work of keeping your strings at the right tension. The CTS Pots and 24G Wire are housed inside a Copper Faraday Cage to ensure no unwanted frequencies creep into your signal and all hardware, including the Schaller 3D-6 Bridge and Schaller Strap Locks are finished in chrome – completing this guitars hardware line-up.

Empty Lungs, Lost Love + Guests 9/11/17 – Take the Stage!

It was a busy week for Shizznigh promotions with live music events every night across multiple venues. We decided to catch the most varied line up on the bill. On Thursday, the Empire hosted Belfast’s own ‘Empty Lungs’ as they embark on an extensive European tour with co-headliners ‘Lost Love’ from Montreal. Supporting these two bands were ‘Sleeping Outside’ and ‘Hand Models’. Unfortunately the gig clashed with the biggest sporting event in the country taking part in the same city, Northern Ireland vs. Switzerland in a qualifying match for the European World Cup (I think i got that right?), and this resulted in a lower head count than expected!

Hand Models

First to take the stage were ‘Hand Models’ with their second gig of the night after having just played the Oh Yeah Music Centre; this did not affect their enthusiasm and they were still able to provide an excellent set. Hand Models wear their modern punk and grunge influences on their sleeve and delivered a polished set with well placed vocal harmonies and really no room for criticism. It is clear to see why this band has been picked up for Belfast’s Scratch my Progress program for support as they have a great sound and are ones to look out for!

Sleeping Outside

Coleraine 4 piece ‘Sleeping Outside’ were the 2nd act of the night, with a similar sound to ‘Hand Models’ if a little less polished. The crowd began to build a bit by this stage and there was some interaction between them and the band. We were treated to solid emo song writing layered with counter-melodic lead lines which was great but could have been driven home with more confidence. These guys will be about for a while and seem to going about things the right way, playing everywhere across the country with a decent catalogue of their own songs.

Lost Love

As our first headliners ‘Lost Love‘ prepared the stage i couldn’t help but feel bad that the football match had taken away what should have been a much larger crowd; nonetheless singer and bass player Guilhem injected some excitement into the audience, and should his admiration for the venue.  The band played honest and fun punk rock, had great on stage presence and kept things flowing which made for a solid and enjoyable set. Hopefully the guys come back soon on less busy night for the country and we can show them the appreciation they deserve.

Empty Lungs

It’s been a while since i seen ‘Empty Lungs’ play in Belfast as i have missed quite a few of my more recent opportunities; so there were some songs i wasn’t as familiar with mixed in with old ones. I’m glad the band has remained prolific with their output and the new songs showcase a maturing sound. The crowd had picked up by the end of the night with dedicated Empty Lungs fans coming to the front of the stage. Highlights of the set were “From Russia with Lack of Love” and “Don’t Get It” but the whole set was tight and energetic; they are evidently a band that working hard and we are seeing the results. Good luck to the guys on tour and make sure to catch them on one of the dates!

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