Acoustic-electric Travel Parlor Guitar with Spruce Top, Sapele Body, Sapele Neck, Ovangkol Fingerboard, and Undersaddle Passive Pickup - Natural
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|Category||Acoustic / Electric Guitars|
|Number of Strings:||6,|
|Body Shape:||Parlor, Travel,|
|Top Wood:||Solid Sitka Spruce,|
|Back & Sides Wood:||Solid Mahogany Back, Laminated Mahogany Sides,|
|Body Bracing:||Forward-shifted Tapered and Scalloped X-bracing,|
|Neck Wood:||Solid Sapele,|
|Neck Shape:||Traditional C,|
|Number of Frets:||18,|
|Tuning Machines:||Grover Locking Mini,|
|Electronics:||Journey Under-saddle Passive Transducer,|
|Strings:||Elixir Phosphor-Bronze Lights, .012-.053,|
|Case Included:||Travel Backpack Bag,|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||FP412,|
Well worth it!!!!
I've had this instrument for a little over a month now and I'm simply in love. Before anything else I wanna give much love to Sweetwater for going above and beyond with making sure their customers are as happy as can be by sending photos when they order the instrument and making calls about a week or two after it arrives just to make sure we are happy with it or if we have questions.… read more Now the instrument itself is gorgeous and sounds as good as it looks. It produces a nice big and full sound which one wouldn't usually expect from a small-bodied guitar. String spacing is a bit wider than I was used to but it's nothing one can't get well accustomed to. The only problem I've encountered was restringing the instrument. You restring it like any other guitar, but I believe you have to have just the right amount of string or slack I suppose otherwise the string could come undone at the post. All in all I would highly recommend this instrument if you want an instrument for travel.
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