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Levinson — Celebrates Blade Guitars’ 20th Anniversary

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12 February 2007 — Currently celebrating the company’s 20th anniversary, Blade Guitars’ Gary Levinson showcased the first Blade R-4 guitars at the Tokyo Music Fair in October 1987. As is still the case today, all of the early instruments were based on the principle of classic design combined with creative technology, incorporating the innovative technical developments that have kept Blade on the cutting edge of guitar development for two decades now.

The anniversary also coincides with the 30th anniversary of Gary Levinson setting up Guitars by Levinson in Basel, Switzerland, during which time he’s listened to the needs of guitarists around the world. This latter aspect was a major contributing factor to the recognition Blade instruments received and led to the use of the highest quality materials coupled with custom designed hardware, pickups and electronics that exemplify the attention to detail that sets Blade apart from other instruments. To commemorate this auspicious occasion, Blade will launch a number of 20th Anniversary models at the forthcoming Frankfurt show featuring custom inlays and electronics.
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