Faith: Venus Electro-Acoustic Guitar - Blood Moon Burst

Instruments | Electro-Acoustic Guitar

Catalogue No: FVBMB
Series: Blood Moon
Format: Instruments | Instrument
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.

Constructed using only the finest, highly figured Javanese Trembesi for the top, back and sides, the Faith Venus Blood Moon Burst Electro-Acoustic Guitar is a beautiful instrument.

The indigenous Indonesian timber Trembesi has long been used by furniture makers for its stunning appearance, but we have been convinced of its tonal properties for a good while too.

Not unlike Hawaiian Koa, a solid Trembesi instrument reacts in a similar way to Mahogany, delivering warmth and balance across the strings, while still having a little rosewood-eque sparkle at the top end.

The exclusive 'Blood Moon' burst finish and solid flamed Maple binding serves to enhance its stunning appearance further.

Specifications:

  • Model: VC304
  • Body Shape: Classical
  • Size: 4/4
  • Colour: Antique Sunburst
  • Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
  • Back And Sides Wood: Nato
  • Headstock Veneer: Teak
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Neck Shape: Classical
  • Fingerboard: Teak
  • Neck Side Dots: Yes
  • Neck Heel: Teak Heel End
  • Frets: 19 Frets, Nickel
  • Bridge: Teak
  • Bridge Saddle: NuBone XB: Canada
  • Machine Heads: Vintage, Gold Plated with Black Buttons
  • Strings: Nylon – Made in USA
  • Scale Length: 4/4 = 650 mm (25 5/8”)
  • Nut Width: 4/4 = 52mm (2 1/16”)
  • Finish: Satin/Matt finish
  • Hardcase: Included
Published on: 24 March 2016
Publisher: Faith
 
     
       

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        Confirmed purchase: 21 October 2016
        Published on: 04 November 2016

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