RainSong Graphite Guitars Announces the Concert Hybrid Series

The lineup features a unidirectional Carbon soundboard, carbon/glass body construction, and a short-scale, 12-fret neck.

Anaheim, CA (April 18, 2017) -- Designed with the performing artist in mind, the CH series harmoniously blends the best features from the other lines. RainSong matched the warm and responsive unidirectional Carbon soundboard from the Concert Series, the mellow Carbon/Glass body construction from the Hybrid Series, and the intimate short-scale 12-fret neck. The stunning high-gloss finish on the soundboard is complemented by a visually pleasing satin body and the comfortable playability of a satin neck. Blacked-out appointments give the Concert Hybrid series instruments an understated yet distinctly suave appearance.

The CH Series is available in three different body styles – the parlor (PA), the orchestra model (OM) and the ever popular deep-body cutaway (WS). Pick-up options include the LR Baggs Stagepro Element, the K&K Pure Mini and the LR Baggs Stagepro Anthem systems. The models are also available without pickups.

The CH series starts at a street price of $1,299.

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