Mérida Unveils the 20 Series of Armrest Guitars

The new instruments feature a sleek and streamlined armrest, a newly designed and modified scalloped bracing, and slightly smaller frets.

Norwalk, CT (January 23, 2016) -- Vision Musical, exclusive distributor of Mérida Guitars in the Americas, is proud to announce the arrival of the new “20 Series” armrest guitars.

The new “20 Series instruments feature a sleek and streamlined armrest, a newly designed and modified scalloped bracing and slightly smaller frets than previously found on Mérida Guitars. “The changes and enhancements in this series have received extremely positive reviews from several of our artists with whom we have worked very closely throughout the entire design process,” explained Mike Spremulli, president and CEO of Vision Musical.

With these amazing instruments starting at as little at $599.00 (estimated street price) We are proud to be offering a quality instrument and feel strongly that Mérida represents one of the very finest values in our industry.

All Mérida Guitars, are meticulously setup and quality controlled in the company’s Norwalk, Connecticut headquarters, before they are shipped out to dealers.

These instruments along with several other new models, including a new Parlor guitar, are set to be introduced in Anaheim, January 22–23 at the Annabella Hotel and will begin shipping to dealers in February 2016.

Starting at $599

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