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Vintage expands acoustic guitar range
The company has added three historically-inspired electro-acoustics and all are available at a price that will be able to suit the budgets of most budding musicians and a unique and clean tone, Musical Instrument Professional.
Vintage stated that the VE440VB orchestra model, the VE660VB, which is a drop-shoulder dreadnought, and the VE880VB parlour will be added to the line. All of these models are available now and have an RRP of £299.
The Historic Acoustic Series guitars feature mahogany backs and sides with the same wood used to make the neck while the fingerboards are made from rosewood. The electric element of the instrument is covered by Acoustic Matrix VT soundhole-mounted preamps which contain volume and tone controls.
Vintage recently released the V6 Series which gained rave reviews with Guitar & Bass Magazine stating:
"One really impressive aspect of the V6 is that all five selector settings have their own distinct character and they all deliver the goods whether clean, overdriven or distorted."
Posted by SR.Posted on 13 Feb 2013 11:12 to category : Instruments News
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