Barnes and Mullins

Barnes and Mullins

Faith gets (even more) naked

Faith Guitars has expanded its range of award winning Naked series acoustics. Joining the line-up are a ‘Mars’ drop-shoulder dreadnought and a ‘Saturn’ dreadnought acoustic.

Notable for their stripped back, natural soundboards featuring solid Englemann spruce tops, Indonesian mahogany back and sides matched with premium fittings such as ebony bridge pins, abalone rosettes and precision chrome machineheads – Faith Naked series guitars offer specifications above and beyond what is expected at their price range, says distributor Barnes & Mullins.

Available both as non-electro and electro-acoustic versions, the new Faith Naked Mars model is based upon the classic drop-shoulder ‘Kanuga’ model from Faith Guitars designer Patrick James Eggle. Also available in non-electro and electro forms, B&M says the Faith Naked Saturn guitar ‘…delivers a strong low-end tone with a driving midrange and lively treble notes synonymous with the much loved dreadnought shape.’

Both the Faith Naked Mars and Saturn non-electro guitars retail for £479 with electro versions retailing at £529.


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