Two body shapes will be offered: a Dreadnought (TND) and a Folk style (TNF).

Montreal, Canada (January 1, 2013) - Tanglewood Guitar Company UK, the United Kingdom’s best-selling acoustic guitar brand, will bring two of its competitively-priced Nashville IV Series solid-top instruments to North American players in 2013.

Embodying the spirit of Music City, the Nashville Series instruments are styled in classic traditional western fashion, paying homage to the home of country & roots music. A Solid Himalayan Spruce top and African Mahogany back & sides provide each instrument with colorful tone, and the unique headstock design adds to the luxurious cosmetic of these guitars.

Two body shapes will be offered: a Dreadnought (TND) and a Folk style (TNF). Each model has a suggested USA retail price of $269.

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