Buddy Blaze Fine Stringed Instruments today announced the debut of their first guitar models produced in their new Indonesian factory.
The unveiling will take place during the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) trade show in Anaheim, California. The show runs January 13–16, at the Anaheim Convention Center. The new facility is a collaboration between Stranough Voicemate founder, Tommy Kaihatu, business partner Charlie Bible and owner, Buddy Blaze.
Located in Surabaya, Indonesia the facility features numerous CNC machines, computerized kilns, paint booths, UV booth and even a Plek Machine. The factory was designed to meet the needs of the most discriminating guitar companies who seek high quality, value priced production. In addition to the instruments, the factory is producing wooden hard-shell cases, thermo formed cases and gig bags for instruments.
"After several days of marathon design meetings in Hawaii, it became clear that our goals and philosophies were in sync. Seeing the tremendous opportunity in front of us, we decided to move forward together." Blaze continues… "As owners, we have total production control of our import models, assuring both the highest quality guitars in the industry and better delivery times for our dealers and their customers."
Buddy Blaze Fine Stringed Instruments will be displaying at booth #1080 during the NAMM show. In addition to their flagship ALII Series, the booth exhibit will include other handcrafted instruments by Buddy Blaze and the new models in multiple and more competitive price points. To learn more about the new line and Buddy Blaze Fine Stringed Instruments, visit them online at http://www.buddyblaze.com. To schedule a time to view these new models during the show, please call 818-620-6445.