A stunning, exotic beauty with a distinctive voice, the Faith Venus Blue Moon Electro-Acoustic Guitar is a truly individual instrument. One of the beauties of genuinely solid, natural tonewoods is that each piece of solid timber used will vary in its natural colouration and its particular grain patterns. So your Blue Moon will be as unique as you and your music.
Tonally, Mango has an interesting character. It is not as loud and punchy as Rosewood nor as straightforwardly mellow as Mahogany, yet it bears its own distinctive warmth. With frequency prominence starting a little below that of Mahogany and dropping off a little earlier in the mid-range, theoverall tone could be described as dark and moody. Much like Maple Guitars, the reduced level of resonant overtones makes the Mango-bodied Blue Moon a perfect stage Guitar: Eminently controllable, balanced and resistant to feedback.
Mango trees grow freely right across the Indonesian archipelago, so the timbers used on Blue Moon Guitars are sourced close to our workshops in Java, Indonesia, and as always, from certified timber merchants.
Finished with flamed Maple binding, Macassan Ebony fittings, Fishman Electronics and complete in a hard case, your Faith Venus Blue Moon is sure to intrigue and delight you at every turn.
This Faith Guitar is fitted with the refined, low-profile Fishman INK3 preamp system with the Sonicore piezo pickup located under the saddle. The preamp features a chromatic tuner, 3 band EQ and volume control. The output jack is located at the base of the Guitar as part of the ingenious, easy-access battery compartment.
The Venus is the now iconic shape that brought Faith Guitars to the consciousness of so many players over the years. The combination of a 15" lower bout and a slimmer depth of body looks to classic OM or Auditorium body-shapes for inspiration, and makes the Venus the perfect compromise. In fact, the Naked Venus was voted 'The UK's Best Acoustic Guitar' at the MIA Music Awards in 2013.
The Faith Venus Blue Moon Electro-Acoustic Guitar is still big enough to deliver a big acoustic performance, yet remains small enough for the player to jump around on stage with no