U.S.-designed Paramount series Deluxe acoustic instruments are finely crafted and specially voiced to bring your personal artistic vision to life. Each all-solid body serves up many legacy design elements of classic ’60s models, including checkerboard binding and rosette, unique pickguard shape, real bone nuts and abalone and mother-of-pearl "Concert Tone" fingerboard inlays. But alongside this characteristic art deco look, Paramount instruments still retain a foothold in thoroughly modern design. Exclusive Fender- and Fishman®-designed PM preamp systems are designed to each body shape in the series, ensuring complete tonal control and variation in any setting.
All Deluxe Paramount instruments are crafted from premium tone woods, including an East Indian rosewood back and sides for versatile frequency range with deep lows, shimmering highs and scooped mids, and a grade "A" Sitka spruce top. Equipped with quartersawn scalloped "X" bracing, each acoustic is dutifully designed with free vibration and natural resonance in mind. Each one also features a fast-playing, comfortable "C"-shaped mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, both of which are designed to accommodate the most demanding playing styles.
Now, the popular dreadnought body style—a classic shape revered for its large, round shoulders, seismic power and huge sonic presence—joins the all-new Paramount family, offering a plethora of signature appointments along with recognizable room-filling dreadnought projection. Available in an classic sunburst finish, the Paramount Deluxe Dreadnought features not only thoughtful vintage appointments, but craftsmanship characteristic of a truly high-performance large-bodied acoustic.
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