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Vintage V880WK Whisky Sour Statesboro Parlour Guitar

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Vintage V880WK Whisky Sour Statesboro Parlour Guitar
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Vintage V880WK Whisky Sour Statesboro Parlour Guitar

Vintage V880WK Whisky Sour Statesboro Parlour Guitar. There’s an aura of 1930's blues about the Vintage Statesboro' Whisky Sour Series of acoustic and electro-acoustic guitars, designed by English guitarist and blues historian Paul Brett.

These cool acoustic and electro-acoustic guitars, not only have that authentic ‘feel it in your bones’ innate blues emotion, there’s also a modern approach within playability and sound that amateur and professional players will appreciate.

Available in dreadnought, concert and parlour body sizes, all models share that classic ‘bluesman on a budget’ theme, looking authentically cool in a satin matt, Whisky Sour finish highlighting the natural grain pattern of the all-mahogany construction and subtle soundhole rosette.

Electro-acoustic fans are also in for a real treat, as all models are available as electro-acoustic guitars, with single cutaway bodies (parlour - full bodied) and an additional Vintage preamp with controls for volume, bass, middle and treble, phase switch, tuner display and low battery indicator.

The warm, crisp resonant tone of the handpicked mahogany and palm-friendly neck profiles, smooth frets and a great action, make the Statesboro’ Whisky Sour Series acoustics, not merely an emotionally inspiring thrill for blues players, they’re also well-suited to a wide range of playing styles...and still wouldn’t look out of place on the porch of Uncle Tom’s Cabin.