The successful Vintage® line of resonator guitars has introduced a new member, the VRC800AMF.
Quite simply, the VRC800AMF a real beauty, with a gently curved body shape and a stunning flamed maple finish – which has also found its way up to the headstock.
And the guitar plays and sounds fantastic too. Great for dirty slide blues, it's at home in any style, meaning anything from booming open chords to melancholy fingerpicked melodies sounds huge.
The VRC800AMF has a great level of acoustic volume, but the warm tones of the single coil, chrome-covered lipstick pickup in the neck position allow players to plug in if needed, and bring an extra dimension to the guitar's unique tone.
This is a whole lot of guitar – and a great character to boot – for £399.
Vintage guitars are distributed worldwide by John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. Visit the JHS website for more information on the entire range.
Vintage VRC800AMF specs:
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