Following a period of nearly two decades, we have made a fundamental change in our portfolio of acoustic guitars. The flagship line of Millennium instruments has been replaced with seven new model lines – RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, INDIGO, and VIOLET. The Millennium models have ranked among the world’s most sought-after acoustic guitars for many years during which we continued research and development to further enhance the quality of our instruments. The innovative technologies are incorporated in the new color series introduced in 2018.

The color series models stand out not only thanks to their attractive looks, underscored by a host of meticulously crafted details, but also, and more importantly, thanks to a first-class sound, courtesy of a combination of the highest-grade premium tonewoods and high-precision manufacturing. Every color series guitar is crafted using proprietary state-of-the-art technologies that include soundboard voicing, which tunes the top plate to achieve unrivalled acoustic properties, highly consistent ultra-thin finish, and high-precision robotic polishing. In addition, all color series guitars feature the Furch CNR System, a revolutionary neck design that guarantees lasting stability and allows the neck relief to be adjusted with an unsurpassed degree of accuracy. Each of the new color series model lines is exclusive and features a unique combination of materials, finish, and appointments.

The Vintage Series, which features guitars with a traditional design, has also been completely revamped. The previous lineup has been replaced with guitars designated as Vintage 1 to 3, which come in a combination of a Sitka spruce soundboard and Indian rosewood back and sides. The models mainly differ from one another by different appointments that underline their alluring mellow appearance.

The new model lines were created based on the success of our established models, which you can find now in the archive. Each of these models also refers to its new color successor.

Our new portfolio also includes Grand Nylon guitars, acoustic-electric bass guitars, and the Little Jane travel guitar.

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