Faith Guitars Release New Classic Burst Series Guitars

Published 6 years ago on August 14, 2017

By Jonathan Graham

Faith Guitars are delighted to announce the launch of new additions to their Classic Burst guitar series.

The UK acoustic brand have expanded the series to include their popular ‘Venus’ OM/Auditorium and ‘Neptune’ baby-jumbo acoustic shapes. Furthermore, Faith have announced the release of Classic Burst Mars and Mercury ‘E’ models featuring discreet Sonitone soundhole electronics from Fishman.

Using a combination of solid Red Cedar and Mahogany tonewoods with a deep-brown, red and amber three-tone burst finish, Faith Classic Burst guitars offer a warm and rich tone and exude an understated vintage vibe. Their tonal personality is sure to appeal to fingerstyle and lighter-touch players that place an emphasis on each note projecting its unique harmonic character.

With the brands Mercury parlour and Mars drop-dreadnought shapes making up the series to date, the addition of the Venus and Neptune shapes represents the brands continued drive to listen to the demands of its customers by combining popular shapes with their most exciting guitar series’.

Featuring cutaways and on-board Fishman INK3 electronics, the new Venus and Neptune models have been designed to be gig-ready and suitable for all playing styles. They are bound with Solid Macassan Ebony, and use the same high quality timber for the fingerboards, headplates, heelplates, bridges and bridge pins.

The release of their updated Classic Burst series comes off the back of a number of exciting new guitar launches that includes additions to their award-winning Naked and Blood Moon ranges over the last month.

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