There have been a few comments here recently indicating interest in a guitar of this sort - nylon string, but designed to appeal to steel string players. This is a nice sounding, easy playing instrument with an excellent pickup/preamp system.
Solid cedar top, laminated mahogany back and sides. 48mm nut width - traditional classical guitars are, I think, around 52mm. Proprietary pickup/preamp with volume control, low battery warning and five preset EQ choices. I’ve only played this live a couple of times, but it amplified beautifully with no fuss. I used it on two tracks on my last CD and it recorded very well too. Search YouTube for my songs “The Shortest Day” and “Upon The Earth”. (If you find the video I made of the former song, note that the guitar you see being played is not this one, but the one you hear most definitely is!)
When I bought this I had it set up by my usual, excellent tech. It was £140 very well spent - it’s a delight to play. For any steel string player looking for a relatively inexpensive nylon string, you’d be hard pushed to do better at this price.
Onechordtrick: I was reading a book this morning. Some of you may remember them, made from dead trees. I needed to know the time so glanced up to the top left corner of the page. Was very confused when it wasn’t there!
Jan 18, 2020 18:52:41 GMT
curmudgeon: Ordered a Chinese takeaway - just picked it up and as I was driving home, I heard the bag rustling and moving!!! I wondered if a rat or mouse had got in the bag - thought I could see a little pair of eyes - looked again and here it was ... A peeking duck!
Jan 18, 2020 19:40:30 GMT