Knaggs Guitars Introduces Creation Series

The Creation Series will consist of one-off custom instruments designed by luthier Joe Knaggs.

Greensboro, MD (November 25, 2013) -- Knaggs Guitars, a Maryland USA based boutique maker of high-end, investment grade stringed musical instruments will exhibit at NAMM 2014 (Booth # 3395). In a synergistic approach to a similar customer base, Knaggs Guitars will exhibit together with Tone Merchants/Friedman amplification, David Allen pick-ups, Rock’n Roll Relic Guitars, Solo Dallas and Gravity Picks.

Responding to numerous customer requests, Knaggs Guitars will introduce their ‘Creation Series’ consisting of hand built, one-off instruments designed by master-luthier Joe Knaggs. In 2014, the "Creation Series" will evolve into a special custom order program allowing players to fulfill their individual preferences in an entirely custom built instrument drawing upon Knaggs’ successful "Chesapeake" and "Influence" series. VP of Global Sales & Marketing Peter Wolf stated: “We are very excited to show our new creations in the presence of other designers and inventors who are making stellar products with the same attention to detail and care. We look forward to returning to the show floor and spending time with our Artists, dealers and distributors and making new friends and associates.”

Knaggs Guitars have been carving a niche for themselves in the world of high-end guitar making in just a few short years and are being offered in 26 countries. Artists currently using Knaggs instruments include Grammy-Award winner Steve Stevens (Billy Idol, Michael Jackson, Kings of Chaos) Nils Lofgren (E-Street Band), Stuart Fraser (Noiseworks/John Farnham), Jared Martin (Colton Dixon), Doug Rappoport (Edgar Winter Band), two time Latin Grammy nominee Pablo Olivares and many others.

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