Furch Guitars have announced their own line of luxury guitar straps.
The straps come in black or brown, and feature premium materials such as nubuck leather with thick 4mm foam for playing comfort.
Definitely worthy companions for your Furch guitars.
*photos from Furch
Cleartone has updated their entire line of coated strings to offer up to 5 times more lifespan.
Cool new packaging that looks like it’s taken right out of the TRON world.
When it comes to string longevity, Guitarbear has yet to find a brand that can match Elixirs, so here hoping that the situation changes with the latest market entry.
*photo and story from Premier Guitar
Martin Guitars have introduced a new line of strings.
The Authentic string series comes in Lifespan 2.0, Marquis Silk and SP (standard) versions, and they effectively replace the previous lineup. Martin has said that the new generation strings were developed over two years and provide longer duration of tone and anti-corrosion properties.
With string prices being so competitive, it will be interesting to see how these will fare locally.
*photos from Bluegrass Today
It’s great to see more female guitarists getting signature models/endorsements/recognition.
Scheduled to be released at Winter NAMM early 2019, there will be two signature pedals priced at US$99.95 retail.
*photo from Premier Guitar
Our local boys TYMC has launched their own line of Kohlman gig bags.
Great looking bags that offer 30mm padding, plush velvet interior, neck rest and sturdy handles.
Comes in acoustic, electric and bass sizes, do check them out if you’re on the lookout for a gig bag.
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*photos with permission from TYMC