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Brand Epiphone
Category Classical & Nylon String Guitars
String Type: Nylon,
Number of Strings: 6,
Body Shape: Spanish Classic,
Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed,
Color: Natural,
Finish: Satin,
Top Wood: Laminated Cedar,
Back & Sides Wood: Select Mahogany,
Body Bracing: Custom Proprietary,
Binding: Black/Ivory,
Neck Wood: Mahogany,
Neck Shape: D,
Number of Frets: 19, Jumbo,
Scale Length: 25.6",
Tuning Machines: Deluxe Classical,
Nut/Saddle Material: NuBone/NuBone,
Nut Width: 2",
Strings: Epiphone. Ultra-Light Classical, .028-.042,
Manufacturer Part Number: EAP2ANCH1,

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Great sounding classical guitar!

1 year ago

I've been playing for over 35 years, and this is my first classical guitar. (I've played a lot of cheap nylon string guitars before, but this is BY FAR the best entry-level one I've played.) It has a great tone and is easy to play for a classical guitar. Epiphone makes great entry-level guitars (I've bought some of their dreadnoughts for my boys when they were in high school and read more needed their own instrument), and this is a great addition to their family of well-made, great-sounding, inexpensive guitars. I completely recommend it. A couple of tips: wait the 24 hours that Sweetwater recommends - it's better for the wood (and I have to force myself to wait). Also, the nylon strings will need to be tuned a lot more in the first few days than steel strings just by nature of them, so expect that in advance.

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