Campbell American Announces F-Man Guitar

Guitarist Charlie Farren and Campbell American Guitars release the fruit of their collaboration--the F-Man guitar

Blackstone Valley, New England (February 16, 2011) -- Campbell American Guitars introduces the F-Man Guitar form their collaboration with Charlie Farren. After designing and making a prototype of his electric guitar last spring, Farren worked with Dean Campbell and other luthiers at Campbell American Guitars.

Also coming up, Charlie has teamed up with another well-known guitarist and singer, Jon Butcher, to form the duo Farren Butcher, Inc. The pair are working on a recording with plans for an early 2011 release.

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Source: Press Release

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