Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments Releases Resophonic Guitars
By Rick Banuelos
December 22, 2007 - 8:00 am
Logan, Mont. — Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments proudly announces its new line of Resophonic Guitars.
All four models will have mother-of-pearl inlays, Weber's hallmark fit & finish, and will be available in any of three configurations: Round-Neck Spider-cone, Square-Neck Spider-cone, or Round-neck Biscuit-cone.
The Vigilante model guitar will have an all-mahogany body, the Renegade will be mahogany with a spruce top, the Outlaw will also have a spruce top, but will have flame maple back & sides, and the Bandit will be built with a full flame maple body.
Every resophonic guitar will house its cone within Weber's new Carousel™ soundwell.
"The new guitars sound tremendous," said Weber's sales manager, Rick Banuelos, "They're easy to play, and they have the punch and sonic presence to match their looks."
Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments is a small band of luthiers under the direction of Bruce D. Weber handcrafting world-class mandolin-family instruments and guitars in a turn-of-the-century brick schoolhouse in Logan, Montana. For more information or to be referred to an authorized Weber dealers, contact Rick Banuelos at Sound To Earth, Ltd (888) 886-7598, or visit webermandolins.com.