A patented variation on the semi-acoustic body is the Impression Acoustic Design, which removes bracing from the top and back of the instrument and places structural considerations from the neck to the sides.
The result is extremely responsive, bringing the instrument’s energies to focus back to the bridge of the instrument, with minimal loss. Which is why we use this design in conjunction with piezo bridges, for hybrid sound capabilities.
Impression instruments are run in stereo and come with a breakout box to split the stereo signal, so you can feature two amplified sounds and blend between them.
The Impression Acoustic design has been utilized on all our instruments, from guitars to Impression Uprights.
Countless tone wood variations are employed in Linc Luthier instruments, and instruments are manufactured with a one-of-a-kind, one-at-a-time philosophy.
On standard instruments gold Schaller or ABM hardware is generally employed.
…active electronics upon request
The reciprocating body-neck joint is unique to Linc Luthier innovation.