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Eastman Guitars to add to its acoustic and electric lines

At Summer NAMM show 2013, Booth #1512, Eastman Guitars & Mandolins will be featuring two acoustic and electric instruments spanning the Eastman guitar line. Instruments include the E20SS slope shoulder acoustic guitar and T486 Thinline semi-hollow body electric.
A choice for flatpicking players and live vocal accompaniment, the E10SS Slope Shoulder is designed to be dynamically responsive, from soft picking to hard strumming, creating a full-bodied tone and room-filling sound. The E10SS features a tobacco sunburst solid Adirondack spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides matched with hand-carved scalloped x-bracing, a mahogany neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays, a rosewood bridge, and chrome-plated Gotoh tuners, bone nut and saddle. The guitar comes with D’Addario strings and hardshell case.
The versatile T486 Thinline Electric features a full-size 16" body with deluxe laminate top, back and sides, coupled with versatile dual Seymour Duncan humbucker pickups (Seymour Duncan Jazz at the neck, Seymour Duncan 59 at the bridge) to produce plenty of tone, attitude and no feedback. The deluxe maple neck with ebony fingerboard features split block inlays. The double Venetian-style cutaway, dual mounted Seymour Duncan humbucking pickup design is controlled by two volume and two tone knobs with a three-way selector switch. Appointments include ivoroid binding, chrome tuners, fixed chrome tunable Gotoh bridge, and chrome stop tailpiece. The T486 is available in sunburst, red and black. The guitar comes with D’Addario XL strings and hardshell case.
T486 by Eastman Guitars
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