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Faith Launch New Small-Scale Nomad Series Travel Guitars

Published 5 years ago on April 8, 2016

By Jonathan Graham

Faith Guitars are delighted to announce the immediate UK availability of their highly anticipated Nomad short-scale guitars.

Following their unveiling at this year’s NAMM show in California, the mini versions of popular Faith Saturn and Neptune models are designed for players who frequently travel with their guitar.

Faith Nomad guitars use solid tonewoods in keeping with the entire Faith range to guarantee the tonal richness that musicians have come to expect from the brand. With a scale length of 590mm, these small-scale models are exceptionally comfortable to play and very simple to transport, yet retain proper string tension and tuning.

The (FDNMG) Nomad Mini-Neptune is a scaled-down version of the popular baby-jumbo Neptune shape and features solid mahogany top, back and sides with a satin finish. Likewise, the (FDS) Nomad Mini-Saturn is the smaller brother of Faith’s incredibly popular square-shouldered dreadnought Saturn series. This features a solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides, again with a satin finish.

Both guitars are equipped with a CnR3 proprietary preamp and pickup system that offers a 3 band EQ, a fully featured tuner with digital VU display and a phase button to help combat on-stage feedback.Faith Nomad guitars are small powerhouses designed especially for use on the road and are supplied complete with a Faith‘Nomad’ branded gigbag. 

Neptune Faith

For more information on Faith Guitars' New Small-Scale Nomad Series Travel Guitars.

 

 


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