Eagle Music's Steve Noon is associated with Tanglewood as a design consultant for stringed instruments. Steve is a regular visitor to the Tanglewood workshops and is committed to the long term development, design, playabilty and build quality of Tanglewood guitars, banjos, mandolins and other stringed instruments.
Tanglewood Guitars were formed in England in the latter part of the 20th century charged with an ambition to create a portfolio of instruments that would offer exceptional value through design features, both traditional & contemporary usually found on instruments at much higher prices. Tanglewood is as recognised for its Rebel Basses, or Cove Creek Banjo’s as it is for 6 string guitars, it’s real strength, and expertise is in the Acoustic instrument market.
Tanglewood’s legendary satin finish is a design signature that is immediately recognisable, and although in the modern series line up there are many high gloss finish instruments, these guitars best demonstrate the care and attention to detail that the luthiers put into every guitar built. Distributed in 60 countries globally, winner of the Music Industry award as UK’s All Time Best Selling Acoustic Guitars, Tanglewood still push to innovate and add value. The latest Java series for example brings instruments crafted from exotic Indonesian Amara & Mango timbers into the realm of the mid priced player.
EXCITE & ENTHUSE
Tanglewood want to excite and enthuse players the world over, with consummate craftsmanship & reliability, whether that be an Acoustic Bass, a Dreadnought Electro, a single cut Solid body electric or a Tenor Ukulele. Whatever a player chooses, Tanglewood usually have a model to fit that purpose, and put their name behind the quality of it …Trust Tanglewood.