This fantastic new small body acoustic guitar series from the crew at Anuenue has blown our minds. Small and punchy these little wonders are not only a great little travel companion, but a fantastic all round small body instrument. This M2 model features a Solid Spruce top with laminated Mahogany back and sides with semi gloss finish for a punchy tone and an Innovative brace pattern for better balance. The straight cutaway make playing at higher register frets at ease. Rosewood binding is added for better protection. Oval shape rosewood bridge help support the string tension. Buffalo Bone is hard and articulate, it helps the strings to vibrate and resonance. Moving the soundhole to the top left, added more top resonance space,and body to vibrate. Offset soundhole improve the balance and clarity of High/Mid/Low, and help player hear themselves better. Comes equipped with a fishman Sonitone pickup for those impromptu performances. These new models represent outstanding value, and come in a gig bag for ease of travelling.View full product details
Unlike vintage budget archtops currently on the market (and often coming apart at the seams), the new Masterbilt Century Collection not only features solid wood tops but quality Ebony and Rosewood fingerboards. "These guitars will be so useful to players," said studio ace and rising Americana star Chris Scruggs. "They're made to last. And they're beautiful, too! It's great to see the vintage style headstock and the binding in a new guitar. There is nothing like a great Epiphone."Of course Epiphone was not only known for giving players superior tone but also for beautiful design. The new Masterbilt Collection features the iconic headstock banner found on rare early 30s era Epiphones. The new Masterbilt Century headstock--with its combination of elegant script with black and gold typeface--shows the same attention to detail that made Epiphone a leader in archtop design and a decades-long competitor with Gibson.
Just as the original Masterbilt archtops were built to project over a big band and be heard in large dancehalls, the all new Masterbilt Century archtops can hold their own with any rock band without sacrificing great tone thanks to the custom eSonic HD system. After all, great tone was what made the archtop the most desirable acoustic guitar of its era. The Century De-Luxe Classic pictured here has a 17" body, F-holes, Piezo loaded Ebony bridge with mini wheel volume and tone controls, and a beautiful natural amber finish.
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Distinguishing features of the D-500 include an oversized "D"-shaped soundhole, a 24-fret fingerboard, a 12th-fret neck/body joint, enclosed tuners, a 1 7/8-inch nut width, and a 25 1/4-inch scale length. The DG-250, on the other hand, has an oval soundhole, an unslotted peghead with open tuners, a 21-fret fingerboard, a 1 3/4-inch nut width, a 26 5/8-inch scale length and a neck/body joint just shy of the 14th fret, a Maccaferri design quirk replicated by Saga. Attention to detail and overall clean construction. This is the number one best selling gitane model.View full product details
Ovation Melissa Etheridge 2078ME-6P Elite Signature, acoustic steel guitar, solid AA-grade sitka-spruce top; scalloped X-bracing, multi soundhole (bassside), deep contour lyrachord GS body, 5 pcs. mahogany/maple neck, ebony fretboard and bridge, scale 642 mm, nut width 42,8 mm, perloid epaulette, melissa etheridge inlay in 12.fret, black-white body binding , ovation-tuners black with perlod buttons, OP-Pro Studio preamp with built in tuner, finish pearl white, incl. caseView full product details