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Virtuo Green Carbon Fiber
Ergonomically designed for comfort with a slim body, the Virtuo is an acoustic guitar made specifically with the electric player in mind. The neck is slim and fast like an electric guitar and with its innovative neck to heel design it allows the player full 22 fret access to reach even those highest notes. And it’s lightweight due to the carbon build making it a pleasure to play for longer gigs and shows.
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THIS MODELS SPECS
25 1/2", 650mm
1 11/16", 43mm
2 3/32", 53mm
37 3/4", 960mm
|Max Body Width||
14 3/4", 375mm
|Max Body Depth||
2 3/4", 69.85mm
|Max Body Length||
22 medium stainless steel frets
12”-16” compound radius
Gotoh 510 tuners 18:1 ratio (Cosmo Black)
Graphtech low friction nut.
Carbon Bridge Fully adjustable for height and intonation
Fishman Fluence Humbuckers,
High gloss finish on all surfaces
Quilted Maple Green
Hiscox Custom Lite Flite hard case
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Our unique soundhole design brings a whole new listening experience by projecting the sound more directly towards the player while still providing great forward projection to the audience
Plek'd to Perfection
Every guitar goes through the cutting-edge Plek process which scans the frets of the guitar and machines them to perfection taking into account radius, relief, action height, and string gauge. This process guarantees ultimate accuracy and playability
Our carbon fiber necks provide strength stability and accuracy. Featuring a double action truss rod for perfect adjustability and stainless steel frets giving ultra smooth feel and wear resistance
Ergonomic Body Design
Our Moulding technology provides us the freedom to create a wonderfully ergonomic body design featuring the extended neck access, asymmetric side design, rib and forearm bevels which all combined give unprecedented comfort to the player
We use the highest quality Gotoh 510 tuners across our range with 18:1 ratio and unsurpassed build quality
Carbon Fiber Bridge
We machine our unique bridges from a solid billet of carbon fibre creating a beautiful aesthetic design that transfers the string energy efficiently into the soundboard
Carbon fiber is now used in all the most high tech industries from Aerospace to Formula one Racing where strength and weight is paramount. In fact it was in Formula One Power Boat racing that we discovered that the properties of carbon fiber are also perfectly suited to guitar making creating a lightweight structure that holds up under the tension of the strings while resonating freely with the lightest touch.
If you have ever traveled with a guitar you will know just how much temperature and humidity changes can effect the structure, tuning stability and tone of a guitar. This is where carbon fibre construction really excells. Now you can take your guitar from a cold car to a warm stage without worrying that your going to go out of tune after the first strum.
Unique Manufacturing Process
Intricacy is our excellence. Our signature one-piece moulding process delivers a guitar that is both incredibly strong and stable, resulting in fewer trips to your local luthier. The entire neck and body of Emerald Guitars are moulded together resulting in no joints becoming weak or failing over time whilst delivering impeccable resonance and sustain.
Blues (Piezo + Humbuckers)
Picking (Piezo + Humbuckers)
Rock (Piezo + Humbuckers)
Strumming (Piezo + Humbuckers)
Sample 1 (P + H + Synth)
Sample 2 (P + H + Synth)
Sample 3 (P + H + Synth)
Medley (P + H + Synth)
Virtuo - the best guitar I’ve ever owned
My new virtuo is the best guitar I’ve ever owned. Extremely versatile, easy to play and stays in tune. I’m a full-time musician in Florida and often play outdoors so having a carbon fiber guitar helps to keep the guitar in tune, no matter what the temperature is. I couldn’t be happier with my new guitar. I also have an X-10 acoustic with a humbucker. That guitar is also phenomenal, but the virtuo allows me to bring just one guitar to the job.