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Harley Benton HBD120CEBK Bundle France

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04.10.2014
Wow, for the money this guitar is a great sounding good looking guitar.I have played some of the most high dollar guitars such as the Tayler and Martin upper line and know what a good guitar is.This guitar is much better then entry level, it can tow the line with middle class. I have been on tour many times and this guitar would have been played a lot had I have gotten it sooner. Even though it is a cheaper guitar, the quality is very good. Put good strings on it and it will sing. The action adjusted well and with a little sanding on the bridge it now has very good action. The frets are well seated and smooth with no buzzing on any notes. The neck is very straight. The intonation is right on. The pickup is not bad and sounds decent. The finish is good and the solid spruce top is tight grained. It stays in tune very well. The quality is AMAZING for the price. It sounds and looks like a guitar going for 8 times the price of this one in the states. In almost any guitar you get what you pay for so I was expecting very little from this one, oh boy was I pleasantly surprised with this great guitar. The shipping is reasonable and fast. I got this guitar in 12 days coming from Thomann in Germany to Utah USA. Thomman has great service as well. I am very happy with this Guitar!
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A good entry level guitar, great sound for the price

06.02.2017
I was in need of a cheap acoustic guitar and I already own a HB 35. So I decided to stay with a "Benton", the price and the characteristics oriented me toward this model.

Pros
The guitar ha a really great sound, I didn't expect such a brilliant performance. The sound is really a nice one for the price. I personally prefer the amplified sound, with the pre-amp you can set a sound well balanced on bass/high.
The pre-amp is good.
The neck is comfortable even when you play for a long time.

Cons
While it's normal for an entry level guitar to have some imperfections, the HB D-120CE has something more. The tuning pegs are pretty bad, to be honest, the tuning pegs are the worst I've ever seen... You have to tune the guitar frequently because the pegs are quite awful. It's almost impossible to keep the guitar in tune for a long time, you have always to tune the instrument.
Frets are badly shaped, when you play on the high strings, and doing a slide it's really annoying because you can cut yourself. While the neck and keyboard is really cool, sliding is almost blocked by this.
Another annoying stuff is that when I received the guitar something was wrong, there was something inside making a strange noise, like something inside the guitar not fixed. I guessed the cables of the pre-amp were not fixed and the sound was produced by them... After shaking a lot the guitar I discovered that there was a "silica gel" stuff inside... I had to take it out. Why putting a silica gel inside?

Conclusions
For an entry level the guitar is amazing for the sound. If you're going to play it for recording it's ok, but some adjustments should be made. First of all, changing the tuning pegs. But, for the price, this guitar is really good becuase the potential is great.
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A playable electro-acoustic guitar straight out of the box for £58 - how can you go wrong?

SamD, 11.11.2014
I set up budget guitars in my spare time and bought this acoustic as something of an experiment. About a year ago I bought another Harley Benton (a Les Paul gold top copy) which was pretty well made but also pretty badly set up. However, after fret-levelling, re-profiling and polishing and sorting out the action (bridge and nut) it now plays better than any other Les Paul copy I've had. On that basis I wanted to try out a HB acoustic to see if, for almost no money, I could end up with a decent instrument.

The D-120 came pretty well packed (a conventional guitar shaped box inside a large rectangular box) and felt very light. The first thing that greeted me on unwrapping was a 2mm chip to the top edge of the headstock; disappointing but for £58 not worth initiating a return for since I can drop a bit of black lacquer in there to fill anyway.

First impressions when unpacked were how light and how thin the construction of this guitar is (even by comparison with my 2002 Fender CD60). It's very black and very shiny but in patches the lacquer is so thin you can see the wood grain through it. It wouldn't take much to wear through to the wood sadly. A quick all-over check revealed a decent-looking instrument; 20 frets on a nice shaped neck, basic sealed tuners, lousy Chinese strings, a little EQ unit (9v battery supplied!) and a jackplug input socket that was loose. That is a REAL hassle on a guitar like this. Getting a hand or tool inside there to hold the internal part of the jack socket still while tightening down on the outside is going to be a challenge. Enough now to send back and request another one? Mmmm. Still no. It's too much hassle and I'm sure I can sort it out - but both this and the chipped headstock are basic quality control issues that should have been sorted and which could really spoil this guitar for someone without the experience and confidence to fix it themselves.

To my surprise the action on this guitar is not too bad straight out of the box. The tuners are 'all or nothing' and sticky but kind of work. The frets are awfully finished and scratchy as hell meaning string bends leave you wincing (but I can take care of that). But here's the thing: despite its several little faults, this thing is playable straight out of the box. It sounds pretty good acoustically and even better when plugged into my amp (which I have to say ISN'T a dedicated acoustic guitar amp).

So for £58 plus £10 postage what you get is a lightweight electro-acoustic guitar that plays better than almost anything else you're likely to find for so little money (apart from getting lucky and finding a second hand Fender or Vintage acoustic locally via eBay or Gumtree). This Harley Benton confirms my previous HB experience: these are great guitars IF you are able to put right the small niggling problems AND do some thorough set up work (including fret levelling & dressing). Otherwise this is still not a bad first guitar for a learner for almost no money - certainly far better than the all-too-common first 'acoustic' guitar that turns out to be an unplayable and cheap classical :-)
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Great guitar for the price

23.07.2014
We bought this guitar to take on tour as a back up guitar, came setup from thomann and done the job well.
Sounds good and holds tuning well. Would buy one again if we needed one.
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Harley Benton HBD120CEBK Bundle France
Harley Benton HBD120CEBK Bundle France

containing: Harley Benton D-120CE BK, Thomann Acoustic-Steel Gigbag Eco, Carisch Methode Pour Guitare, Harley Benton Nylon Player Pick Set Mixed, Thomann CTG-10 Clip Tuner

  • Design: Dreadnought
  • Top: Spruce
  • Colour: Black
  • Back and Sides: Catalpa
  • Cutaway: Yes
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Power in Watts: 0 W
  • Speaker: No
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Reverb: No
  • Pickups: Yes
  • Effects: No
  • Case: No
  • Headphone connection: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: Yes
  • Incl. Case / Gigbag: Yes
  • Incl. Cabel: No
  • Incl. Picks: Yes
  • Incl. Tuner: Yes
  • Incl. Strap: No
  • Incl. Educational Book: Yes
Harley Benton D-120CE BK
(613)
Harley Benton D-120CE BK

Steel String Guitar Build type: Dreadnought with cutaway, Top: Spruce, Body: Mahogany, Neck: Mahogany, Fretboard: Rosewood, Neck profile: C, Dot fretboard inlays, Cream-coloured bindings on body...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Catalpa
  • Cutaway: Yes
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: Yes
  • Colour: Black
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Harley Benton D-120CE NT
(139)
Harley Benton D-120CE NT

Steel String Guitar with Pickup Build type: Dreadnought with cutaway, Top: Spruce, Back and sides: Mahogany, Neck: Mahogany, Neck profile: C, Dovetail neck joint, Fretboard: Rosewood,...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Mahogany
  • Cutaway: Yes
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: Yes
  • Colour: Natural
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Harley Benton D-120CE VS
(81)
Harley Benton D-120CE VS

Steel String Guitar with Pickup Build type: Dreadnought with cutaway, Top: Spruce, X bracing, Back and sides: Mahogany, Neck: Mahogany, Neck profile: C, Dovetail neck joint, Fretboard: Rosewood,...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Catalpa
  • Cutaway: Yes
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: Yes
  • Colour: Sunburst
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Harley Benton D-120NT
(195)
Harley Benton D-120NT

Steel String Guitar The Harley Benton HBD 120NT is an acoustic guitar in dreadnought style, available here at a sensational price. The bottom and sides are made of sapele; and although one cannot...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Sapele
  • Cutaway: No
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: No
  • Colour: Natural
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Harley Benton D-120BK
(315)
Harley Benton D-120BK

Western Guitar The Harley Benton HBD 120BK is an acoustic guitar in the dreadnought construction style and which comes at a sensational price. The bottom and sides are made of sapele, and despite...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Catalpa
  • Cutaway: No
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: No
  • Colour: Black
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
Harley Benton D-120VS
(33)
Harley Benton D-120VS

Steel-string Guitar Standard Series, Dreadnought with dovetail construction, Top: Spruce, X-Bracing, Body: Mahogany, Neck: Mahogany, Neck shape: C, Fretboard: Rosewood, Dot inlays, Creme coloured...

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back and Sides: Catalpa
  • Cutaway: No
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Saddle Width: 42,50 mm
  • Frets: 20
  • Pickups: No
  • Colour: Sunburst
  • Case: No
  • Incl. Gigbag: No
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item number 325417
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