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Steel-String Guitar with Pickup

  • 00-12 Design with dovetail construction
  • Solid okoume top
  • Scalloped X-bracing
  • Okoume body
  • Okoume neck
  • Pau Ferro fretboard
  • Modified oval C neck profile
  • Mother-of-pearl snowflake inlays
  • Scale: 628 mm
  • Nut width: 45 mm
  • 18 Frets
  • Bone nut and saddle
  • Compensated saddle
  • Pau Ferro bridge
  • Fishman Presys-II preamp system with built-in tuner
  • D'Addario XTAPB Light strings, .012 - .053 (Article Nr

    471307

    )
  • Dimensions: 96.5 x 35.5 x 9.5 cm
  • Colour: Natural matte
  • Matching case available under Article Nr

    122211

    (not included)
Model 000-Style
Top Okume
Back And Sides Okume
Cutaway No
Fretboard Pao Ferro
Nut width in mm 45,00 mm
Pickup System Yes
Colour Natural
Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
Item number 370308
B-Stock from 219 € available
238 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Monday, 25.10. and Tuesday, 26.10.
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A lovely little guitar at any price
Jimbike 26.05.2017
I have been looking for a small guitar with a wider nut, comfortable for the sofa, that compressed sound but still sweet and have been looking at expensive ones I can't stretch to those at the moment so gave this a go.

Well my wife is sure they have sent me the wrong guitar.

From the box it looks beautiful, very neatly made, no stray glue, classy inlays, no sharp fret ends, bone nut and saddle. The nut was well cut, the action was a little high for me but easily sorted.
Playing, the sound is very good, the bass is clear and has that mahogany mellowness, strong midrange and not too trebly highs. All very clear with good sustain and volume.

The neck is comfortable and not too wide. I was amazed to find the frets are perfectly level. I have played a few guitars of various prices and very few have perfect frets. I cannot find a note that chokes even on the unplayable end. Plugged in sounds better than my expensive guitar.
The only thing that lets it down are the plastic bridge pins.

I love this guitar at any price

Update: After two years the neck is slightly twisting but not fatal yet.
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Excellent company and products!
Anonymous 09.02.2016
A superb quality guitar....amazing for the price ! Build quality is of a high standard ....action/playability is excellent..ideal for beginner or experienced guitarist.Sound is surprisingly good for a small guitar at this price. Good sound plugged in! Looks and sounds like a more expensive guitar.Communication and delivery to UK excellent!
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Very nice parlour guitar
Highland Paddy 01.03.2018
I purchased this guitar for a alternative to my Guild Westerly and also for my daughter to progress onto, from her 1/2 size classical guitar. I would say the other reviews here are accurate, it is a beautiful instrument, very well made, with features which you would expect from a guitar with a higher price tag. 2 observations I would make, which are not intended to be critical are as follows, the action sits quite high, so some truss road adjustment would be necessary. It's very easy and comes with a hex key. The neck is shorter than other parlour guitars I played, fret 12 is up at the body, and the nut at 45mm is slightly wider than a lot of steel string guitars and more like a classical guitar. If that doesn't bother you, then buy it, you won't be disappointed.
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Brilliant parlour guitar!
Rhinos3054 30.07.2019
This is an exceptional little parlour guitar and wonderful value for money. All mahogany so a very warm sound. Needed some adjustment to truss rod (easy) to lower the action. Not tried the electrics but had fish man before and they’re usually excellent. Really playable right down the neck, great for blues, folk etc. Even the machine heads on this, whilst cheap are very good, smooth and holds tuning well. Well recommend! Would be great if it was marketed with a case but cant have everything. As a seasoned guitarist I would advise a lighter touch with these parlor guitars. I can play a bit aggressively on my Lowden, but these little beauts will rattle if thrashed, so go easy and you will get a brilliant response! Well done Thomann!
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