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Tanglewood launches new Java guitars
The UK manufacturer unveiled the range of guitars at Musikmesse 2013 which is currently in full swing in Frankfurt with companies from all over the world coming together to show off their latest range of products.
Tanglewood's latest addition to the Java series comes in the form of parlour and 000 folk size acoustic and electro-acoustic guitars which all feature a solid cedar top, amara sides and a three-piece back made of amara/spalted mango/amara.
MI Pro reports that the company has also launched the T3 acoustic amplifier specially for the German music festival which gives musicians the same digital FX, twin channels and sound reproduction they come to expect from the older T6 but is 15 per cent smaller in terms of cabinet size.
The amp would be ideal for any travelling performer due to its lightweight frame.
Tanglewood is due to release the amp in the summer months with an expected RRP of £229.
Posted by AW.Posted on 12 Apr 2013 12:59 to category : Instruments News
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