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Jasmine Guitars Introduces New Lineup

Jasmine Guitars Introduces New Lineup
Jasmine JD-39 CE

Jasmine JD-39 CE Scottsdale, AZ (April 8, 2013) -- Jasmine is proud to introduce its re-engineered line of quality acoustic guitars that combine premium features and exceptional value. With

Scottsdale, AZ (April 8, 2013) -- Jasmine is proud to introduce its re-engineered line of quality acoustic guitars that combine premium features and exceptional value. With eighteen models of acoustic, acoustic-electric and nylon-string guitars, Jasmine offers a variety of body styles that are great for any player seeking a high-quality, attractive guitar that is easy to play.

Every Jasmine steel-string guitar features the Jasmine Advanced “X” Bracing System, while classical models feature the Jasmine Advanced Classical Bracing System. The modified bracing patterns offer outstanding tone across the line and help to deliver exceptional value.

Acoustic-electric models featuring B-Band and Fishman preamp systems with built-in tuners are available in dreadnought, orchestra and classical body styles. All models feature a distinctive redesigned headstock.

“Every Jasmine guitar provides a comfortable feel and exceptional playability for musicians of any skill level,” said Dave Gonzalez, Product Manager for Jasmine Guitars.

The new Jasmine guitars range in MSRP from $179.00 to $414.99.

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