Alsip reinvents timeless designs with the Classic Series

Reimagined designs at a competitive price point.

Georgia-based Alsip Guitars is known mostly for its impressive Tejas Series, but has now chosen to expand its line by introducing the Classic Series, a traditional take on popular models of yesteryear.

Featuring three distinct models, the Classic Series boasts an S-type model in the Classic-S, while T-style and Jag-style models come in the form of the Classic-T and Classic-OS. All guitars feature a 25.5-inch scale length, maple necks with 22-fret fingerboards, dual-action truss rods and Grover tuners.

Available in tonewoods such as sugar pine and alder, each guitar also features a selection of T-style bridges with compensated brass saddles or Kluson traditional hardtail and tremolo options. All guitars are equipped with Seymour Duncan pickups.

The Classic Series guitars are available for $1,595 each. For more information, head to C.R. Alsip.

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