This exquisite model is part of a limited edition run, with only 10 guitars produced, of which this is #7—a testament to its exclusivity and rarity. We're thrilled to offer another of these exceptional instruments, having previously sold #1 through our store. Each guitar in this series is built with specialty woods and showcases the pinnacle of quality that Lowden has to offer.

For this year's Winter Series, Lowden has once again surpassed expectations by introducing the Master Grade royal ebony for the back and sides. The visually stunning royal ebony, paired with the Master Grade Sinker Redwood top, not only creates a captivating aesthetic but also produces an unparalleled sound and resonance. The body of the F50 is elegantly framed with ebony binding and features an 'armrest bevel' for added playing comfort.

Every aspect of this guitar has been crafted with meticulous care and attention to detail, resulting in an instrument that is as stunning to look at as it is to play. The Lowden F50 epitomizes pure craftsmanship, offering both visual allure and exceptional sound quality.

Included with this guitar is a hardshell case accompanied by a TFOA passport, ensuring secure transportation and authenticity. Don't miss your chance to own this masterpiece from Lowden's Winter Series—a true testament to the brand's commitment to excellence in craftsmanship and tone.

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