...Working in cooperation with the Campbell Family, Ovation has meticulously hand-crafted
Ovation Guitars is proud to announce the release of the Glen Campbell Signature Model acoustic/electric guitar.
Working in cooperation with the Campbell Family, Ovation has meticulously hand-crafted a precise recreation of Campbell's iconic “1771” model guitar with a AA solid Sitka Spruce top, five-piece mahogany/maple neck, ebony fingerboard, walnut bridge, and a center sound hole design with inlaid maple leaf rosettes.
In addition, the fretboard is adorned with classic diamond inlays and a mother of pearl Glen Campbell signature.
Handcrafted in Ovation’s Custom Shop located in New Hartford, Connecticut, the Glen Campbell Signature Model features Seventies vintage-style electronics to recreate the identical guitar tone of Campbell’s original six-string. The collectable guitar comes in a 9158-0 deluxe molded case.
”Ovation has been honored to be associated with Glen Campbell and his incomparable legacy for nearly 50 years,” said Ovation Guitars Brand Manager, Bill Xavier. “Working closely with the Campbell family we have been able to faithfully recreate his most iconic guitars with modern updates that make the Glen Campbell Signature Model the best-sounding guitar Ovation has ever made.”
The Glen Campbell Signature Model also features a shallow, "Vintage Style Lyrachord" body used on early Ovations from the Sixties and Seventies, which was designed to deliver a strong mid-range and bright high-end which helps every note stand out in an arrangement and is ideal for stage and studio alike. The shallow bowl is extremely durable and maintains the outstanding string-to-string balance of original Ovation designs. This diminutive depth provides extraordinary playing comfort ideally suited to smaller players and those who prefer a slim-profile instrument.
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