The Rainsong V-PA1100NS combines the durability of carbon fiber with the time tested look of a spruce top. So for all the players out there that love the concept of a weather and humidity proof guitar but need the looks of wood, well here ya go!
We love Rainsong Guitars here in the midwest. In 2019 we had a low around -45 and a high of 116, that's a 161-degree separation from coldest to hottest. So it is no wonder why so many wood guitars end up drying, cracking, splitting or caving. Enter the world of carbon fiber! Where Rainsong has reigned as king for many years now. Their guitars are highly playable, beautiful, and more durable than any wood guitar made, ever, period.
To combine the stability and robustness of carbon fiber with the traditional aesthetics of wood, RainSong has developed SFT: Soundboard Fusion Technology. After careful experimentation, we are able to fuse a thin spruce soundboard and a unidirectional pre-impregnated carbon in a single molding step. The resulting SFT soundboard is a composite matrix that resonates as a single unit, like a solid wood soundboard. The physical properties of the carbon fiber far exceed those of the thin wood. Hence the SFT soundboard maintains the imperviousness to humidity and temperature of carbon fiber.
An SFT soundboard delivers rich carbon sound colored by wood. Perfect for those looking for a bulletproof guitar with a tone that stays as close to their wood guitar as possible.
The Vintage Series embodies understated elegance. The traditional aesthetics of a spruce top fused with a robust unidirectional carbon soundboard is finished with an amber tint and supplemented with simple appointments.
Rainsong Guitars got the carbon fiber craze started years ago. They are the pioneers. And we have been with them for many of the steps along the way! We love their endless pursuit of making the best guitar in terms of craftsmanship and tone that they can possibly conjure up. Take for instance, the Hybrid Series made from Crushed Glass and Carbon fiber. Rainsong Guitars keep taking steps to make their guitars sound more like famed Wood Acoustics but with the added rigidity of Carbon Fiber!