NAMM 2020: Faith Guitars enters the baritone market with the HiGloss Neptune Baritone

This electro-acoustic uses the fan-favourite Neptune body shape.

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NAMM 2020: Faith Guitars has announced its first baritone model, the HiGloss Neptune Baritone.

The HiGloss Neptune Baritone adopts the popular baby-jumbo Neptune body shape, and features a full-solid construction. The top is made using Engelmann Spruce while the back and sides are constructed with rosewood. The satin-finished mahogany neck comes with a 16-inch-radius Macassan figured ebony fingerboard. The HiGlass Neptune Baritone also comes fitted with a Fishman INK3 Preamp with undersaddle pickup, which features an integrated chromatic tuner, three-band EQ and volume control.

Faith Guitars’ new baritone guitar also uses a longer neck and scale length – 680mm. This allows the user to tune the HiGloss Neptune Baritone to a lower register without having the strings becoming too slackened, maintaining the guitar’s clarity and string articulation. This is further supported by the natural resonance of the Neptune’s baby-jumbo body shape.

The HiGloss Neptune Baritone also sports a Macassan figured ebony bridge with matching bridge pins, a 5mm abalone rosette and a mother of pearl inlay at the 12th fret. Other hardware features include a TUSQ nut and Grover Rotomatic Gold machine heads for accurate and reliable tuning.

The Faith Guitars HiGloss Neptune Baritone is now available for £1,099. For more information, click here.


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