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Gibson Announces the Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme

Each guitar is outfitted with an Amulet M analog pickup and uses the company's advanced bracing pattern.

Nashville, TN (September 24, 2019) -- Gibson--the legitimate leader in professional instruments—has teamed with nine-time GRAMMY Award-winner Sheryl Crow to present the new Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme acoustic guitar. All Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme guitars will be sold through authorized Gibson dealers.

Created for Sheryl Crow and based off her own Gibson Country Western, the features of the Gibson Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme signature are designed to deliver the sweet voice of the classic Country Western design with the added punch created from Gibson Acoustic’s 1930's Advanced bracing pattern. The Thermally Aged Sitka spruce top and hide glue provide additional projection and increased expression with a wider dynamic range. Each guitar is outfitted with the astounding Amulet M analog pickup for accurate tone and response of the instrument when amplified. The Gibson Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme marks the most highly customized Country Western in Gibson’s history and it is finished in a gorgeous Antique Cherry which reveals the natural grain and beauty of this transcendent acoustic guitar. Every Gibson Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme will be hand-signed by the artist and arrive with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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