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Cuenca NW CTW J30E
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osyves osyves
Publié le 07/12/06 à 12:28
Made in Spain
Jumbo cutaway shape
equipped with electro fishman fishman prefix plus and sensor matrix
Solid Rosewood back and sides
massive cedar table
Ebony fingerboard and bridge
mache piece mahogany
net maple table
wood marquetry rosette
the finish is excellent, sober and very pretty

UTILIZATION

Handle very comfortable for my taste
Full access to acute with the cutaway heel and ergonomic handle

SOUNDS

The sounds are very balanced and warm, rich in harmonics. I play finger picking but also flat. The volume is important. I also have a Guild DV6 which delivers a slightly more crystalline, but comparable in quality.

OVERALL OPINION

I just bought this guitar used but I have tried a model NJ30 store, I found this one with the same warm tone and precise details, it is more electro and once connected we find the same sounds. Fishman system delivers a very pleasant by avoiding aggression found very often with the piezo sensors. This guitar is more beautiful and exudes quality workmanship. It only remains to wait for the evolution of her over the years.
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