of buying an acoustic or electro acoustic guitar? Obviously
you want the best possible guitar you can get for your
guitar that looks the best, sounds the best and is available
at the best possible price for you. In that case, it’s
got to be a Vintage.
The range of Vintage electro-acoustic guitars offer fantastic
value. With its keen value-for-money approach, the comprehensive
Vintage line-up of acoustics and electros has allowed
us to present a collection of guitars we’re extremely
you one of those guitarists whose main instrument is electric?
Are you worried that an acoustic guitar wouldn’t somehow
be ‘you’, that it would just be too different
for you contemplate trying?
The new ‘Synergy Series’ of electro-acoustics
from Vintage might change your mind. With a truly distinctive
look that’s an attractive hybrid of both electric
and acoustic intruments, this new guitar range is designed
to please players of both instrument categories.
Check the distinctive 6-in-line tuner arrangement on the
asymmetrical headstock, mated to a cutaway-style body offering
good upper fret access. We think you’ll be familiar
with how that looks.
Pick the guitar up and feel the smooth universal C-section
neck profile, and the fine gauge fretwire on the gently-cambered
fingerboard. If you’re an electric player, this is
starting to feel like home.
The Synergy’s pretty easy to hold on to while you’re
playing it, with its lightweight slim, textured finish partial
bowl back design. And you can plug it in, because Synergy
Series instrumenst are equipped with a Fishman Sonicore
pickup system, mated to an easy-to-operate Fishamn Isys
T preamp system, mounted in the top rim of the guitar body.
Vintage Synergy. Electric players, be prepared to
feel right at home.
Acoustic players, you’re
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Isys T Features:
• Onboard easy to read 7-segment LED tuner
• Smaller footprint for easy access to
• Volume control
• EQ shaping control
• Phase control
• Low battery indicator (9V battery)
• Surface mounted battery compartment
• Pre-wired Fishman Sonicore pickup
• Low profile control knobs
new VPT01 Vintage Pick Tin will store plenty of
your favourite plectrums without fuss.
A compact metal construction – it measures
8.5cm x 3.7cm x 1.2cm – with a sliding lid
and a rather eye-catching Vintage design , loaded
with 12 Vintage-branded plectrums.
The picks are made by guitar accessory titans Dunlop,
to the specifications of the monumental Tortex Standard
line. You'll get six each of the .73 and the .88mm
gauge plectrums, and they'll all come in black with
that tidy Vintage logo.