Daisy Rock releases new acoustic-electric
(John Gorbe | Posted 2011-02-24)
Initially viewed with skepticism when they entered the guitar market with "girl guitars" in 2000, Daisy Rock has rapidly made a name for itself by producing quality instruments and winning a few "Best in Show" awards at NAMM and other trade shows.
Continuing with their success, Daisy Rock has released the Wildwood Artist Acoustic-Electric in a Royal Blue Burst finish. The guitar features a 20-fret mahogany Slim & Narrow neck – perfect for girls (or guys) with smaller hands - a solid spruce top, mahogany body, a Fishman Isys T piezo pickup system with preamp, tuner, master volume, 2-band active EQ and diecast tuners.
“The most important recognition through all the media buzz, the hype, the museum inductions, and the growth? The guitars," says Daisy Rock founder and president Tish Ciravolo. "Daisy Rock’s have always been really great playing and sounding guitars. That is where the movement meets the sustain, and the passion continues to grow, because the guitars are built extremely well, play fantastic, and sound amazing.”
The Wildwood Artist Acoustic-Electric guitar is available for $349.95. Other finishes include Bleach Blonde, Rainbow Sparkle, and Pink Burst.
For more information visit www.daisyrock.com.
About Daisy Rock Girl Guitars
Tish Ciravolo had a vision to inspire girls everywhere to learn the guitar. As a mother of two daughters she wanted them to pursue music and be motivated to practice on guitars that felt comfortable and encouraged development. In 2000 Daisy Rock Guitars was born and has grown at an astonishing rate, with lifetime unit sales reaching over 175,000 guitars in total—that’s 175,000 girls whose lives are forever changed by picking up a Daisy Rock guitar! In addition, Daisy Rock remains dedicated to getting guitars into the hands of girls globally, with Daisy Rock guitars and basses now available in more than 26 countries worldwide. Daisy Rock guitars are designed to better fit the needs of female guitarists of all ages, skill levels, and personalities.
Many high profile artists play Daisy Rock Guitars including: Avril Lavigne, Joan Jett, Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson, Louise Post (Veruca Salt), Miley Cyrus, and Lisa Loeb to name just a few.
From a press release.