Eastman Guitars has introduced two new models, the Romeo thinline electric and the Cabaret acoustic.
The Romeo sports a cutaway archtop body with a solid spruce top, mahogany laminate back and sides, maple neck and ebony fingerboard. Pickups are a pair of Lollar Custom Wound Imperial humbuckers. There also Gotoh tailpiece, bridge and tuners, bone nut and a Goldburst nitrocellulose finish.
The Romeo is available for $2,199.
The Cabaret is a nylon-design with modern appointments that Eastman is aiming toward jazz and fingerstyle players. Features include a solid spruce top with figured maple back and sides, a narrow-classical cedar neck and ebony fingerboard.
Other features include an LR Baggs LB6 pickup and Schaller GrandTune tuners, as well as a cutaway for better upper fret access and a narrower nut width designed to be comfortable for electric players.
The Cabaret sells for $2,999.
For more information on both guitars, head to Eastman.