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Baton Rouge X11LS/P-SCC Parlor

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Steel-String Guitar

  • Design: Parlor 12
  • Top: Spruce
  • Back & sides: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Slotted headstock
  • Fretboard & Bridge: Ovangkol
  • rw ABS bindings
  • Scale length: 630 mm
  • Nut width: 46 mm
  • Nut and saddle: Nubone
  • 19 Frets
  • Open antique chrome machine heads
  • Strings: Daddario EXP11
  • Finish: Open-pored
  • Colour: Screwed Charcoal matt
Model Parlor
Top Spruce
Back And Sides Mahogany
Cutaway No
Fretboard Ovangkol
Nut width in mm 46,00 mm
Pickup System No
Colour Grey
Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
available since May 2020
Item number 494141
148 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
In stock within 6-8 weeks
In stock within 6-8 weeks

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It grows on you till it’s stuck...
Bassmanbob 19.10.2020
I ordered this the same time as a Yamaha fg from another company. Neither the Yamaha or this Baton Rouge were set up to my liking, the Yamaha was high though the nut was cut correct, the rouge had its high e and b strings to high at the nut which made it like trying to play on cheese wire, the Yamaha all glossy and shiny, the rouge in a matt finish.
Now I wondered which I would return, to me the Yamaha was too bright and left you hearing overtones, a distinct lack of bass and every time you picked it up you felt like it had to be cleaned. Now the rouge, with its matt finish doesn’t need the constant pampering, you pick it up play it and put it down after, no problems. So I set this rouge up, lowered the bridge piece, cut the e and b slots a little deeper in the nut and put it all back to working order. It’s now turned from a nearly sent back to a diamond, it has a lovely sound and nice sustain, a fantastic fingerprint free finish and the best thing, and the reason I ordered it in the first place is the wider neck at the nut. For a player that’s mainly played bass for years, this extra bit of neck gives my fatter fingers more space. To top it off, it is nearly string for string spacing as my D’Angelico nylon string, so no playing adjustments needed when swapping between guitars.
So to finish my story, a £300 pound Yamaha was returned in favour of this little gem of a guitar, everyday it grows on you more and more until you just can’t leave it alone.
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Fun little thing
dvvy 16.10.2020
For the money it's a beautiful guitar with a pleasant sound. Don't think you could find something so nice in this price range. The action on mine was a bit on the high side, or at least too high for my personal taste so expect to do a bit of work on it, bit of sanding for the saddle & nut and it plays nicely. Bonus points because they included the other strap button, I attached mine to the heel of the neck easily with a bit of drilling. Overall, I just really like this thing, it's a fun, comfortable couch guitar and I quite like the tinny sound of the small body.
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Brilliant for the money
PapeyD 01.07.2020
Wanted a smaller body acoustic and this is just the perfect size. the guitar arrived with a great set up as well which is a great bonus. havent put in down since i got it (3 weeks). its brilliant
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Great for the money
DavidCo 03.08.2021
Very nice little guitar, good quality with a great sound and looks amazing
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