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RainSong is an acoustic guitar manufacturer currently based in Woodinville, Washington, and originally based in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii. The company makes high-end carbon fiber (graphite) bodied acoustics and acoustic electrics, with past models including nylon string guitars, 12-string guitars, and a jazz archtop. The company was formed in the 1990s by Dr. John Decker, with all early models designed in cooperation with luthier Lorenzo Pimentel. The company moved production to Washington from Hawaii in 2001.
The story begins one rainy afternoon on the island of Maui. John Decker is attending an outdoor wedding when a tropical shower threatens to drench the party, including the solo guitarist. A fledgling classical guitarist himself, John feels the player's dilemma: Should he run for cover and risk the wrath of the bride's family or play on in the rain and ruin his guitar? That day John was inspired to create a new kind of instrument, one that would play beautifully while enduring life's summers and winters, bumps and bruises, and even the occasional downpour, from the tropics to the poles. This instrument -- the world's first all-graphite acoustic guitar -- is the first major advance in guitar making since the Italian masters perfected the present wood instrument nearly 400 years ago.

Rainsong builds some of the finest carbon fiber instruments on the planet. With incredible tone and being immune to all fluctuations in weather, these are perfect for gigging musicians and players who travel regularly. They're practically indestructible!
Woodinville, WA
Al Petteway, Amy White, Erik Mongrain, David Wilcox, and many more
Classic, Concert, Black Tee, Hybrid