Walden Concorda Series Acoustics Now Shipping

September 17, 2009

WALDEN IS NOW SHIPPING THE FULL CONCORDA LINE OF ACOUSTIC GUITARS, including the stunning Tobacco Sunburst CG670TB grand auditorium style acoustic guitar. Featuring a solid Western Red Cedar top, solid Rosewood fingerboard and bridge, Maple/Mahogany rosette, gold hardware, and distinctive headstock, CG670TB has a magnificent voice rich in volume and harmonic complexity. A brilliant high gloss finish provides beautiful visual appeal.

Satisfying customer and dealer requests for high gloss guitars, Walden's Concorda is a full lineup of acoustics including dreadnought, grand auditorium, orchestra, stage, nylon/classical, and 12-string guitars with solid woods ranging from Spruce, Engelmann Spruce, and Sitka Spruce, to Rosewood and Cedar.

"The new Concorda series combines SupraNatura style designs with a high gloss finish and custom appointments to create a splendid guitar with elegance and balance," said Jonathan Lee, Division Manager and Chief Designer for American Luthier. "The goal is to provide players with the benefits of handmade instruments that are 2 to 5 times more expensive."
The Walden Guitar Company's design team has taken the traditional and classic designs of the world's most famous guitars as inspiration for its line of instruments. Excellent craftsmanship, tasteful ornamentation, attention to detail and rigorous quality control ensure solid, dependable and high-quality instruments that musicians can trust. Walden's full line of acoustic and acoustic/electric guitars are constructed to the highest standards using exceptional tonewoods from around the world. Walden Guitars offer, as standard, features found on the world's best regarded instruments, at prices that were previously unavailable to musicians.

Walden Guitars are exclusively distributed in the U.S. by American Music & Sound (AM&S). Contact them at 800.431.2609 or info@AmericanMusicAndSound.com.

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