Cort Guitars Announces New Frank Gamble Signature Model

The model features a solid Adirondack spruce top, flamed blackwood back and sides, and more.

Cincinnati, Ohio (January 15, 2016) -- Frank Gambale, along with Cort Guitars announces today the debut of their new Frank Gambale Signature Model acoustic guitar in 2016 at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) trade Show in Anaheim, California, this January.

The Frank Gambale Signature Model is a concert body shaped acoustic guitar. This model features a solid Adirondack spruce top, a flamed blackwood back and sides, a mahogany neck, an ebony fingerboard featuring a custom inlay, an ebony bridge, gold tuners, and a 43 mm nut. Each Frank Gambale Signature Model is equipped with LR Baggs EAS-VTC EQ and includes a guitar case with purchase.

Frank Gambale has spent nearly four decades playing, writing, recording, performing, and teaching. His sweep-picking technique revolutionized guitar playing and continues to inspire generations of musicians in all genres. A graduate of GIT and former instructor at the music school, Gambale has released numerous instructional books and DVDs, in addition to 20 studio albums, plus live albums and collaborative projects. A prolific and innovative songwriter, he has published over 200 songs and continues to tour with his various groups internationally.

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