Legacy™ Carbonburst Carbon Fiber Acoustic Guitar

Order the Legacy™ Carbonburst Carbon Fiber Acoustic Guitar from Peavey. Best-in-class sound quality. Electric, bass & acoustic guitars. Pro audio equipment, speakers, amps & more.
$2,799.99
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Item No: 03028610
Product Description

Legacy™ Carbonburst Carbon Fiber Acoustic Guitar
We currently have a very limited inventory of Composite Acoustics guitars, including this Legacy model carbon fiber demo guitar.
This classic design never goes out of style. Our Legacy has a full dreadnought-sized body to deliver the most power and bottom end of our line. Our performance tuned lightweight carbon fiber top bracing gives it a very quick and clean response and excels at all musical styles. The back is slightly curved to make it more comfortable to play than a standard dread. Trust us, you won't want to put it down!
NOTE: Due to the handcrafted aspects of our unique production process, slight variations and imperfections may exist in this guitar's finish. As such, each Composite Acoustics guitar is sold as-is. In no way do these variations alter the performance or longevity of the instrument.

Product Highlights
  • All Composite Acoustically Tailored construction for ultimate tone, durability and versatility
  • 15 degree headstock pitch
  • Impervious to climate for consistent performance, wherever you go
  • Center sound hole with abalone sound hole ring
  • Slender ergonomic design, voiced to extend low end response
  • Ultra-precise tuning machines with 18:1 ratio
  • Proprietary Reinforced Polymer Fretboard with 20 medium stainless steel frets, top dots & side dots
  • Proprietary carbon fiber bridge and saddle materials for maximum sound transfer
  • 14 fret to the body Carbon fiber neck for consistent playability (no truss rod adjustments needed, EVER!)
  • Performance tuned lightweight carbon fiber bracing
  • Rigid one-piece neck/body construction for long-term stability
  • Handcrafted in the USA by skilled technicians and craftsmen
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