The additions include the Niagara mini-dreadnought and Tammany OM, as well as new koa and aged mahogany options on the Bowery single-cutaway dreadnought.

New York, NY (April 27, 2018) -- Following a landmark year where Premier Series acoustics skyrocketed in popularity and success, the line sees a host of upgrades and additions for 2018.

The Premier Series welcomes the new Niagara mini-dreadnought and Tammany OM, as well as new koa and aged mahogany options on the Bowery single-cutaway dreadnought. Each model features an onboard preamp, pickup and tuner—making them equally suitable for the stage or the campfire. A slim C-shape neck profile guarantees comfort, while lightweight bodies with finely scalloped X-bracing provide warm, unobstructed tone. Starting at $399 MAP, Premier Series acoustics are priced to be tremendously accessible, welcoming a wide range of players.

Now available at select dealers.

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