Since day one, Rainsong has strived to stand out amongst the different guitar makers around the world. The most notable way they've done this is by building their instruments from pure graphite. With such an interesting and forward thinking way of crafting their instruments, it's no wonder Rainsong has grown to become one of the most respected names in the music world.
As previously mentioned, Rainsong build their guitars entirely out of graphite. From the body, to the neck, all the way to the fretboard and the bridge, these guitars are pure graphite/composite. What does this mean? Well, it means you're going to benefit from an all carbon tone. This means these guitars deliver a pure tone that is rich, clear, and powerful. Additionally, thanks to the natural stability of graphite, Rainsong guitars are completely impervious to humidity and temperature changes. So your soundboard won't belly, sink, or crack if you move from one climate to another. Basically, when you have a Rainsong guitar, it's going to be ready to go whenever and where ever you are.
So all of this information leads to the big question: which Rainsong guitar is the best choice for you? Well, that's definitely going to come down to personal preference. If you're not sure where to begin, you may want to take a look at some of our best sellers. For example, the Black Ice Series BI-WS1000N2 Graphite Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a great option that will sound beautiful in any venue. Plus, its cutaway design offers you unrestricted access to the fretboard. Another great option, especially for those of you who enjoy a full-bodied sound, is the Concert Series Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar. It's no surprise that this guitar offers a wonderfully warm tone that is, above all else, loud. And these are only two of the many options available to you from Rainsong; take some time to check out the options and we're sure you'll find one that is perfect for you.
Rainsong guitars sound just as amazing as they look. By changing the way these instruments are made, they've built a reputation as one of the world's greatest luthiers, and are definitely worth checking out.