Lace Music Products introduce an exciting new collection of acoustic guitars. Lace, synonymous for unparalleled sound technology with their successful line of pickups, are once again earning industry confidence by merging their flagship line with four innovative new acoustics.
A complimentary addition to the Lace designed electric series, these acoustics provide elevated quality, with an industry exclusive Hybrid Technology pickup system. This HT system includes the patented LACE Acoustic Blade sensor, a four-band preamp with Phantom Power and a Film Tech piezo bridge pickup.
The Lace Acoustic Blade is a magnetic pickup installed directly at the end of the fingerboard to create a virtually invisible appearance and unobstructed sound hole. The Blade works in conjunction with a piezo Film Tech bridge pickup, and both run through a four-band equalizer with the Phantom Power option. This allows the player to plug directly into an outside power source through an XLR output, eliminating the need for a battery, and providing a constant, unpolluted range of power.
For recording or direct use, this limited production line offers four guitar options, three of which feature the HT system as standard equipment.
A beautiful, new, highly identifiable headstock with the sexy new Lace logo, create a unique identity to this acoustic collection. The apex model (LD350SE) features solid spruce tops with pure rosewood backs and sides with a sultry aesthetic. The player will experience satisfying, well balanced sound, strong craftsmanship and uncompromised electronics at an affordable median price.
The four models include the LD350SE, LF130CE, LF150SCE with the HT system and the LD310 Standard. The Lace acoustic guitar series SRP's from $299.99 to $899.99.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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