At Winter NAMM 2017 in Anaheim, California, Eastman Guitars introduced its first line of classical guitars, six models which range from nicely crafted entry-level instruments like their CL10S (suggested retail price: $295) with its spruce or cedar top, mahogany back and sides, Spanish heel, and truss rod, all the way up their top-of-the-line CL82S ($2,150), which has a solid rosewood back and sides, attractive binding and appointments, elevated ebony fingerboard; a beautiful instrument all the way around. In the video, Pepijn ‘t Hart explains that Eastman “had to really dive in deep to look into the very core of what makes these instruments,” and they are “very confident and proud” of their turn into what is a new market for the company.