Eastman introduce two brand new guitars

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Eastman introduce two brand new guitars

Offering a new take on the double cut design, the Romeo features a solid spruce top and laminated mahogany back and sides. It’s a wood combination we’ve seen used on a lot of acoustics in recent years, so we’re excited to see how it sounds in this electric offering from Eastman. The Romeo also boasts two Lollar custom-wound Imperial humbuckers, so it’s bound to deliver some premium tones when pluged in. There’s also an ebony fretboard upon a maple neck, a bone nut, binding on the front and back of the instrument and a pristine Goldburst nitrocellulose finish – this Romeo character really sounds like he can sing.



If you’re more at home in the acoustic realm, the Cabaret looks quite the treat with its classic Gypsy- inspired design and well-thought modern touches. With a flamed maple carved back and solid spruce top, the Cabaret also features a cedar neck and ebony fretboard, a combination of tonewoods which are sure to produce some absolutely delactable sounds. There’s also Schaller GrandTune machine heads to keep things sharp, and an LR Baggs LB6 pickup for a bit of extra sauce when plugged through monitors. The Cabaret also features a narrower nut width than most classical instruments, with Eastman billing the instrument towards electric players looking to perform Gypsy Jazz or classical styles.



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