Esoterik Guitars Introduces The DR3

This is the third model in Dave Reffett’s line of signature series guitars.

San Luis Obispo, CA  (August 15, 2012) – August 2012 – Esoterik Guitars has just released their newest model, the DR3. This is the third model in Dave Reffett’s line of signature series guitars. The quality, tone and playability of the DR series guitars are unmatched. This light weight model is designed to deliver maximum speed, response and clarity. It’s capable of producing bone crushing rhythms and searing leads while offering the clearest clean tones and everything in between. Every step was taken and improved upon to generate the highest quality guitar that clearly out performs while featuring curves and contours that are undeniably sexy.

The DR3 features:
• Light Weight Alder Body
• Neck Through Design
• 5 Piece Walnut and Figured Maple Neck
• 24 (easily accessible) Jumbo Frets
• 25.5” Scale Length
• Dual Spoke Wheel Truss Rods
• Seymour Duncan (Blackouts)
• Kahler Tremolo
• GraphTech Nut
• Gotoh 510 Tuners
• Amazing Body Contours - Carved Top/Concave Back
• Natural Oil Finish

All Esoterik Guitars are designed and hand crafted with the highest quality standards in San Luis Obispo, CA. Suggested retail price is $3,595.

For more information:
www.esoterikguitars.com

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