Nashville guitar builder ramps up production with new facility to meet higher demand
Nashville, TN – June 21, 2016 – (GuitarPR) – Larose Guitars has announced the introduction of several new models in their boutique guitar line at Summer NAMM in Nashville, June 23-25. Specifically featured at the show will be all new variations on their signature guitar, the Hollowboy.
From basic tonewoods to high-end exotics, the Hollowboy comes with all USA electronics and includes Lollar pickups, Mastery bridges, Kluson tuners and more. With 21-fret, 25.5-inch scale necks, the Hollowboy, while resembling a classic shape, further adds innovative chambering and unique carving that adds to the ease of playability, exceptional tone and stunning looks of these guitars.
In a move to Nashville earlier this year, Larose Guitars has dramatically increased the size and capacity of their facility. According to Todd D’Agostino, founder and owner, “The shop will enable us to produce multiple handmade instruments in much larger quantities, add staff and allow us to reach a much broader market.”
Larose Guitars will be showing a variety of Hollowboy guitars at NAMM in Booth #2002. With demand high, all guitars displayed will be available for purchase, however, at guitar shows these instruments are typically sold well before the end of the event. They will be taking orders for future delivery.
Find out more about the entire line of Larose Guitars at http://laroseguitars.com.
About Larose Guitars
For over a decade, Larose guitars have been finding their way into the hands of fastidious guitarists. Through word of mouth, social networking and the occasional instrument that found its way onto a music store wall, the work of Todd D’Agostino has cultivated a growing contingent of enthusiasts.