Daniel Slaman Guitars introduces the Guitars Support Children Foundation in January 2020.
The ‘Guitars Support Children Foundation’ is a private Foundation in The Netherlands, aiming to support children in need of better health care, education, safety and access to culture, anywhere in the world.
The Foundation distributes funds among charitable organisations that are working for the benefit of children.
No Serial Number Pauletta 2020 is a project guitar, made to mark the beginning of the Guitars Support Children Foundation in 2020. The new decade will bring about many changes, just like any decade before. The Pauletta 2020 guitar carries a message of hope and belief that we can make positive change; it's a mental attitude. You may contribute to bring about change by purchasing the guitar of which all proceeds will be allocated to the Guitars Support Children Foundation, which in it's turn will, in the year 2020, donate the proceeds to organisation(s) that are working for children, anywhere in the world. The specific goal(s) will be established each year by theBoard of the Foundation and published on the internet site of the Foundation.
The guitar will be sold through Daniel Slaman Guitars so as to assure you are dealing with a guitar company in terms of delivery and guarantee.
The Pauletta 2020 features a mahogany body with a flamed maple carved top. Spanish cedar neck, ebony fingerboard with vintage correct celluloid trapezoid. A Gibson P90 at the neck position, Seymour Duncan P90 at the bridge. Nashville style bridge and lightweight aluminium stop bar, 3 way toggle with volume and tone control for each pickup.
Nitro cellulose antiqued fade burst finish.
The unique case goes with the guitar; lacquered tweed, 'Geib' stripes, replaced handle, all done by Daniel himself.
Price ofPauletta 2020isEuro 5000,-.Non-EU countriesEuro 4130,-no tax price, case included, not including shipping cost.
All proceedsof the guitar wil be allocated to theGuitars Support Children Foundation, which will support charity projects that work for children in 2020.