GIBSON ANNOUNCES THE SHERYL CROW COUNTRY WESTERN SUPREME
In 1993 it was almost impossible to turn on the radio and not hear “All I Wanna Do” from Sheryl Crows 2x Platinum debut album Tuesday Night Music Club. From her first radio hit to today, Sheryl Crows impact in the music world is undeniable.
From the beginning, Sheryl has played a Gibson Country Western acoustic. Now, in conjunction with Sheryl, Gibson has released the Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme.
The Country Western Acoustic was originally manufactured in 1956, ultimately being discontinued in 1978. For the first six years of its existence, the Country Western was a slope-shouldered dreadnought, changing to a square shoulder in 1962 until 1978. It is the 1962 square shoulder that has become an iconic partner for Sheryl Crow during her career, and it is the 1962 model that the new Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme is modeled.
THE SHERYL CROW COUNTRY WESTERN IS THE MOST HIGHLY CUSTOMIZED COUNTRY WESTERN IN GIBSON'S HISTORY.
Gibson worked hard to ensure this signature model delivers the sweet tones of the original Country Western with an added punch, delivered thanks to the 1930’s advanced style bracing.
The Sitka Spruce top is thermally aged to produce that broken in tone right our of the box and hide glue construction ensured maximum response from the guitar.
For those of you who want a guitar that can also sound great plugged in, the Sheryl Crow Country Western is equipped with an Amulet M analog pickup with soundhole mounted volume and tone.
The Amulet M pickup is known for its incredible acoustic reproduction and is used by artists such as Jackson Browne, Beck, Aerosmith and Cat Stevens just to name a few.
THE BOTTOM LINE
The Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme is a rebirth of a classic Gibson Model that adds some extra flair and features that make this guitar a modern classic right out of the box. Whether you are a Sheryl Crow fan or simply looking for your go-to guitar, The County Western Supreme should be on your shopping list.