Fingerstyle great Tommy Emmanuel to launch official Reverb store

It lists guitars from the legendary guitarist’s collection as well as autographed signature models.

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Tommy Emmanuel, the Australian guitarist revered for his fingerstyle technique, is set to launch his official Reverb store next week.

Launching next Wednesday (24 February), the online store will list guitars, amplifiers and pedals from Emmanuel’s personal collection, as well as several autographed signature models.

Some of the listings include a vintage 1945 Martin D-18, a Martin Street Master acoustic, a Hofner bass and a custom TSW T-style electric guitar.

The six autographed Maton 808 signature models include traditional and cutaway models. These feature a special “C.G.P” inlay at the 12th fret, a reference to a title bestowed upon Emmanuel by legendary guitarist Chet Atkins: Certified Guitar Player. Meanwhile, the kangaroo on the headstock resembles Emmanuel’s tour pendant.

In the terms of amplification, Emmanuel is offering up five of his signature Udo Rosener De Capo 75 acoustic amps – also autographed. Said the guitarist about the amps,“I’ve been in situations where I’ve had the amp beside me on stage, and the crew have been astounded at how big it sounds.”

Additionally, the store will list accessories and pedals, including signature series David Laboga cables and over a dozen pedals from Boss, Ibanez, Xotic and more.

Watch Tommy Emmanuel show off some of the guitars from his store below:

A portion of proceeds from the Reverb store will be donated to Guitars For Vets, which gives instruments to US military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

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