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Raines 7-String Classical Nylon Guitar

Greetings fellow classical players! I am now offering a gorgeous 7-string classical acoustic guitar. Let's start with the solid spruce top & solid rosewood back and sides. They are resonant and improve with age. Solid timbers are a sign of a quality guitar that will react to every musical nuance.

The neck is wide, but the dimensions allow for incredible comfort. I wanted a comfortable instrument which was also appropriate for traditional classical players. This guitar projects like a cannon. Beautiful solid wood tone. The set up is spectacular, as is the intonation.

They also feature a 5-band active piezo system to guarantee enough tonal variation to accomodate the most unforgiving clubs and concert halls.

New for this models is abalone inlay within the rosette as well as the binding. If you want the highest level of musical expression at an affordable price, look no further.

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Raines 7-String Acoustic

The new Raines 7-string acoustic guitars feature a solid spruce top and solid rosewood back and sides for incredible tone and projection. They also feature a 5-band active piezo system to guarantee enough tonal variation to accomodate the most unforgiving clubs and concert halls. The beautiful rosewood fretboard is inlaid with abalone and mother of pearl. The soundhole is also immaculately adorned with a stunning rosette of abalone and pearl. These guitars have the look, feel and sound that professional players need and all serious musicians deserve.

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Raines 7 string STRATT

If you are a 7 string player and don't play death metal or straight ahead jazz you may have encountered a problem:no strats! There are dozens of archtops and 80's shred guitars, but nothing for those sessions which demand that creamy tone only found with single coils and a tube amp.

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