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Ozark releases High Strung guitar

Ozark releases High Strung guitar

Ozark has updated its small-body guitar range with the High Strung model.

With the same body size as the highly successful and sought-after tenor guitar, this new instrument has been designed to be used with ‘Nashville’ style tuning. Although standard EADGBE tuning has been maintained, the bottom four strings have been set up an octave higher, resulting in a brighter sound.

The High Strung guitar offers a solid cedar top, rosewood faced back and sides and a mahogany neck with rosewood head veneer. It also features a 19-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot markers, maple binding, a rosewood bridge and chrome diecast machine heads.

With an attractive natural satin finish, the High Strung guitar has an RRP of £292 and comes with a hard case included.
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Stentor Music is the UK distributor for Ozark instruments.

Tags: ozark , high strung guitar , nashville tuning , small-bodied guitars , stentor music

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1 comment

a 12 string guitar with only the octave strings. Been done before but only by guitarists looking for a particular sound. Nothing new under the sun!
Some-one will come up with the 11 string varient of a 12 string soon (leave off the octave G) and call it something innovative.

Carol Hastings

Carol Hastings INDUSTRY
Feb 28th 2012 at 2:08PM

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