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When you want to play exactly what your guitar hero plays, a signature series acoustic-electric guitar is the only way to go. A signature series guitar goes the extra mile. Taking direct feedback from artist, manufacturers work to craft an instrument that is truly special. Every detail on these guitars is fine-tuned, from the vintage and hand crafted materials to the one-of-a-kind color schemes, for an absolutely unparalleled performance. Signature model acoustic electric guitars come in a variety of sizes that allow you to fill bars and concert halls alike with your incredible sound. The bigger the guitar, the bigger the sound; Brad Paisley's J-45 from Gibson, for example, features a dreadnought body that will ring out like you've never heard before. The shape of the body also changes from guitar to guitar; if you're more concerned with making use of your upper frets, you may want to consider Al DiMeola's Ovation signature series, as is offers a cut-away design for easier access. Material also plays a significant role. High end wood produces a high end sound, and these signature model guitars feature only the best. From the East Indian rosewood and Sitka spruce on Randy Scruggs' Gibson, to the bubinga on John Jorgenson's Takamine, you won't believe the incredibly rich tones created by these stunning instruments. These signature model acoustic-electric guitars include pickups that allow you to plug in to your amp for an even fuller sound. With onboard preamp and EQ systems, you'll be blown away by the level of customization and sound quality your guitar can produce. From heavy metal to pop-country, there is an artist with a signature model acoustic-electric guitar that is certain to fit your needs. You can trust that these artists have found instruments that put them in a class all their own, and now they're happy to share their secrets with you.