We saw some brand-new guitar models released in 2019 along with some revamps of old classics. And with NAMM 2020, there were even more axes to look forward to.
Check out the latest releases below!
The Acoustasonic from Fender is an acoustic and electric hybrid guitar with noiseless pickup.
The iconic Les Paul Standard has 60 years later been recreated with laser-scans and plastics.
Ed Sheeran and Lowden have teamed up to create a signature collection of acoustic guitars.
The revamped Clermont from Supro is another throwback with a new body and pickguard.
The “Black Falcon” from Gretsch features a cool center block for extra feedback goodness.
This McCarty and Hollowbody hybrid guitar combines a scale length with humbucker tones.
The Double Top Series uses spruce and Nomex to create a rigid top that is still lightweight.
A more affordable alternative to the Teambuilt and Custom Shop Masterbuilt versions from Framus.
Epiphone and Tommy Thayer have teamed up for the fourth time for this striking Les Paul.
10. Danelectro 64XT
Danelectro is known for its quirky designs, and the 64XT comes with a double lipstick pickup.
This limited edition guitar from Fender has a semi-hollow body and Custom Shop single-coils.
12. ESP SN-1000FR
The latest model from ESP combines maple and ash and features Floyd Rose 1000SE bridge.
Djent-fans will love this seven-stringer from Solar Guitars which also has a Tune-o-Matic bridge.
The classic Boden guitar gets a gold and silver finish to celebrate its 10 years on the market.
The first baritone guitar from Faith Guitars has the classic baby-jumbo shape with a longer neck.
16. Relish Trinity
If you like to change pickups, then the new Trinity guitar’s swappable pickup is a must-have.
The Esteso model from the Luthier Select Series comes with either red cedar or spruce top.
Ghost Fret Pro has components from Chapman Primordial, Hipshot Grip-Lock, and Graph Tech Black.
The Silver Mountain has a triple mahogany neck, carbon fiber rods, and Sonic Seducer pickups.
Which One Will You Get?
Whew, that was a lot of new axes to choose from! Which of these new guitar models released in 2019 will hang on your wall in 2020? Let us know in the comments section below!