Butterlin creates the Brush Guitar System
French luthier Butterlin Guitars introduces a new accessory designed for fingerpicking and jazz guitar players.
The Butterlin Brush Guitar System is an electrostatic sheet made of plastic and paper that “sticks” to the top of any acoustic or acoustic-electric guitar. You’ll scratch the rough surface to generate a “brush” effect, in the style of a gypsy jam rhythm or a brushed snare.
Being electrostatic, the BGS can be affixed anywhere on the guitar body and reused forever without having to modify the instrument.
Two versions are available: the BGS Solo includes a 210 x 285mm sheet and has a price of 19.90€ and the BGS Duo, with an additional 105 x 85mm, is available for 29.90€. Add 10€ for shipping abroad.
Details of the Brush Guitar System will soon be available in English at www.butterlinguitars.com.
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