The Vintage 100 Series
111 Dreadnought Guitar
Tone, feel, and cost that's “just right”
Around 1935, the Dreadnought as we know it today stepped out of the rhythm section and into the spotlight. Louder, richer sounding guitars were in high demand. Specifically for use in concert halls, recording sessions, and radio spots.
As the popularity of country, folk, and rock music increased during the 50s and 60s. The Dreadnought became the go to for artists like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Elvis. It continues to be the most popular style of acoustic guitar to this day.
The Aria “100 series” offers perfect playability and rich clear tone projection. The matte finishes and deluxe open gear tuners complete the vintage vibe.
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111 Dreadnought Specs
- Top: Spruce
- Back & Side: Sapele
- Neck: Mahogany
- Frets: 20
- Nut Width: 43mm
- Scale: 650mm
- Machine head: Vintage Open Gear Type
- Colors: Vintage Matte Natural, Matte Tobacco Burst,
Matte Black, & Matte Cherry Burst