The unique Gittler Guitar will be making its debut in the European market at Musikmesse Frankfurt. Launched as Gittler 2.0, the improved model is manufactured entirely of aircraft grade Titanium, weighing in at only 3 pounds. The revolutionary design now includes LED fret marker lighting, patented tuning machines, complete MIDI implementation, headless guitar design, innovative pickup architecture, 31 frets, and the ability for players to expand across 4 octaves.
Guitar players are offered the choice of two current models. The Classic Model includes white, blue or yellow fret lights as well as a hardshell metal case, extra bridge, tripod tummy bout, LOXX™ strap lock attachments and a special “Gitool” allen key set.
The “Armed Forces” Special Edition model, featuring Deluxe Tiodize™ Type 2 “Weapons Grade” finish, includes green fret lights and accessories listed above. In addition, this premium model comes with a special edition camouflage metal firearm case.
According to Russell Rubman, President of Gittler Instruments, “We are overwhelmed by the response we have received since debuting at NAMM last year. As a guitar playing company, we truly understand the diversity of musical styles shown by our fellow guitarists. We strongly believe that the Gittler Guitar is a world class instrument designed to augment a wide range of playing techniques.”
Gittler Instruments has recently opened its doors to a selective worldwide dealer network which includes special incentives and exclusive marketing materials. To learn more about distribution opportunities, visit www.GittlerInstruments.com or call 631-342-0685.
The Gittler Guitar will be demoed by seasoned musicians Paul Driessen and Lothar Knurle at Musikmesse. Visit Gittler Instruments at Hall 4.0, Booth D59 for further information and to experience “minimalism at its maximum.”
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