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NAMM 2011: Peavey Announce New Composite Acoustic Guitars
Renowned manufacturer Peavey debuts the Composite Acoustics line of premium carbon fiber acoustic guitars at this years NAMM.
Composite Acoustics carbon fiber guitars represent Peavey's commitment to designing and building the most innovative acoustic instruments on the market.
Play any of the guitars in Composite Acoustics line and you'll be impressed not only with their volume, but also the incredible tonal clarity and chiming sustain.
Carbon fiber allows Composite Acoustics to create a guitar that is more consistent than any other acoustic guitar on the planet no matter the climate conditions.
By varying the carbon fiber material density in different areas of the body, Composite Acoustics instruments are able to achieve an amazing, finely tuned tone that is consistent from instrument to instrument.
Incredibly strong, these guitars are as much fun to play in a studio or on stage as they are on a mountaintop or by the pool.
Peavey will debut three Composite Acoustic models at WNAMM: the GX, the OX and the Cargo.
All models feature an updated and improved neck angle and improved bracing, and the flagship GX model is now offered with a redesigned, narrow-profile neck.Posted on 17 Jan 2011 11:39 to category : Instruments News
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