Monday, July 06 2015 08:50
Guitars Showcased to Include the 00-15E Retro, LE-Cowboy-2015
and more innovative models from the iconic guitar manufacturer
Nazareth, PA (NAMM, Booth 902) – Today C. F. Martin & Co. announced the notable new models to be presented at the 2015 Summer NAMM show in Nashville July 9th through July 11th. The iconic 182 year old guitar manufacturer will unveil the 00-15E Retro and the LE-Cowboy-2015, alongside four other distinctive guitars. The addition of the 00-15E Retro to the successful Retro Series is the first 00-14 fret instrument in the product family. The LE-Cowboy-2015 features a design on the body of the guitar by famed watercolorist William Matthews.
More details of all of the products featured at the showcase can be found below, and complete product specs can be found at http://www.martinguitar.com/new.
SUMMER NAMM NEW MODELS:
About Martin Guitar & Strings
C. F. Martin & Co. (www.martinguitar.com) has been creating the finest instruments in the world for 182 years. It continues to innovate, introducing techniques and features that have become industry standards, including X-bracing, the 14-fret guitar and the “Dreadnought” size. One of the world’s leading acoustic instrument makers, Martin guitars are hand-made by skilled craftsmen and women, who use a combination of new design and techniques, along with those introduced by the company founder.
The company is also known for producing high-quality, popular acoustic guitar strings. These include the Martin SP® LIFESPAN™ line, the fastest-growing treated string in the industry, and the Martin SP line, which uses an industry leading core wire to hold tunings better.
Martin guitars and Martin strings are the instruments and strings of choice for musicians around the world, from the icons of rock, pop, country, folk and bluegrass to those just beginning their careers. They can be seen across all segments of pop culture, from television to movies, Broadway, books, online, and gracing the covers of popular magazines on newsstands everywhere. Connect with Martin and Martin Strings on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and via www.martinguitar.com and www.martinstrings.com.
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