LOWDEN GUITARS ANNOUNCES EXCITING NEW ADDITIONS TO LINE UP AHEAD OF 2019 NAMM SHOW
Lowden Guitars unveiled several new models last week at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Los Angeles, which began on Thursday 24th January. 45 years since luthier George Lowden began to design and build guitars from his small workshop in Northern Ireland, this year’s NAMM show saw him bring the most extensive Lowden collection yet.
Each year at the winter NAMM Show Lowden Guitars has continued to raise the bar with new additions to their range of guitars, and this year was no exception with an expansion of the GL-10 electric range in two new woods – Ziricote and Macassar Ebony – as well as P-90 and chambered, weight relieved configurations, a Wee Lowden Jazz model, and the Lowden F 12 Fret, available in six wood variations.
To complement these exceptional additions, Lowden also officially launched their anxiously-awaited own brand of guitar strings. Following extensive research and testing, this new line of strings from Lowden has been developed to enhance the tone and character of the instrument. These longer-life strings feature a custom gauge and wrap ratio bespoke to Lowden.
“The past year has been an exciting time of R&D as we prepared to introduce these new additions to our brand family,” said George Lowden.
Lowden Guitars exhibited their newest additions on stands 1913 and 1813, Hall E at this year’s NAMM show, 24th – 27th January 2019. For more information on the additions to Lowden’s core collection visit Lowden Guitars