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Art & Lutherie Cedar

Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Art & Lutherie belonging to the Dreadnaught series

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OctokentinOctokentin

Art & Lutherie CedarPublished on 06/15/08 at 06:11
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- This guitar is hand manufactured in Canada in the GODIN factories!
- The round-body junction is as in almost all cases, the 14ME fret!
- The bridge is rosewood, and plastic dowels
- The action of the strings on the neck is correct, the playability is maximum for this price!
- Finally, the handle, very comfortable (not too big, but not too late either).

USE

- The handle of the Art & Lutherie is very comfortable (not too big, but not too late either)
- In terms of access to acute unless you have a pan shot on an acoustic play stops as the 14ME !!
- Level ergonomics, the body is of a standard size (! The same since "Martin" invented the Dreadnought shape), so the small...…
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- This guitar is hand manufactured in Canada in the GODIN factories!
- The round-body junction is as in almost all cases, the 14ME fret!
- The bridge is rosewood, and plastic dowels
- The action of the strings on the neck is correct, the playability is maximum for this price!
- Finally, the handle, very comfortable (not too big, but not too late either).

USE

- The handle of the Art & Lutherie is very comfortable (not too big, but not too late either)
- In terms of access to acute unless you have a pan shot on an acoustic play stops as the 14ME !!
- Level ergonomics, the body is of a standard size (! The same since "Martin" invented the Dreadnought shape), so the small size will have some problems to play, but for others, it will be a pleasure Absolute play on this guitar!
- For sound ... look at the following !!!!

SONORITS

So let's talk about the making of this guitar this price range, a must !!
SOUND!
Personally, I find the sound of this guitar any remarkable! A very good sound projection, no mess at all, everything is perfect styles, Bob Dylan Michael Hedges !!
The Custom Polished finish acoustic guitars A & L confre a satin luster to models in semi-gloss finish and beautiful shine with luster table models (GT). This custom finish allows also to solid wood tables to breathe and vibrate freely so that limportant aging process can take effect. Simply put, the more you play on your guitar A & L, the more its sonority sembellit!

View My vidos to hear the guitar (https://www.dailymotion.com/Octokentin)

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it now for a year, it always pleases me almost as much as I learn more every day to use it!
An unbeatable qualitprix!
The agreement mcaniques hold well! Nothing wrong ...
I tried several model of this price range (Fender, Ibanez, Cort) and that the downright surpasses those one!
I remake that choice without hsiter!
Now you try it !!

Note: the guitar is made of 95% of Canadian wood!
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lespaul41lespaul41

Very good guitar

Art & Lutherie CedarPublished on 03/30/14 at 07:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar Made in Canada

UTILIZATION

Nice round

SOUNDS

Low indeed present, its well defined

OVERALL OPINION

Very good guitar for beginners, with a good violin affordable. I wanted a non-Asian guitar and I was seduced by his side "woodcutter" and his very present bass missing on other models I tested. Since I sold to buy an electro-acoustic for concerts.
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AlexbarytonAlexbaryton

Good guitar for beginners

Art & Lutherie CedarPublished on 12/28/12 at 05:39
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This is my first guitar. It is made in Canada with a solid cedar top and the bottom and sides cherry.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, a bit thick maybe.
The ergonomics are good, it is a dreadnought, not very fine.
Access to acute is good as long as you do not exceed the 15th box. There is no cutaway.
For the price, the sound is good.

SOUNDS

It is well to accompany strumming, arpeggios sound good too. In picking the bass may be a little too present.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 6 years. This is my first guitar, so I have not really tried anything else, I chose in store, which I liked most about my budget.

The table is a little shaky shots and picks to see very quickly.

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This is my first guitar. It is made in Canada with a solid cedar top and the bottom and sides cherry.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, a bit thick maybe.
The ergonomics are good, it is a dreadnought, not very fine.
Access to acute is good as long as you do not exceed the 15th box. There is no cutaway.
For the price, the sound is good.

SOUNDS

It is well to accompany strumming, arpeggios sound good too. In picking the bass may be a little too present.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 6 years. This is my first guitar, so I have not really tried anything else, I chose in store, which I liked most about my budget.

The table is a little shaky shots and picks to see very quickly.

For 300 euros, it's a good guitar for beginners and I would do this choice today.
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greenfallengreenfallen

"A guitar to start"

Art & Lutherie CedarPublished on 12/22/12 at 06:38
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This guitar, made in Canada (ie by a luthier, hand) has 21 frets. Its neck, maple is fine enough. I add just a hint from me: when I bought it, the strings were too far away and, therefore, ask your supplier to adjust the position of the handle, or do it yourself, it is not very complicated :) The table is solid cedar (my god wonderful smell of wood).
Finally, one last point: the varnish is polished, which means that the sound appears much better (and fortunately), but a disadvantage is that it lowers my rating of two points is that you must be VERY careful with your guitar, especially the table a little specifications such as a stroke a little stiff, and she has a small pet. So really...…
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This guitar, made in Canada (ie by a luthier, hand) has 21 frets. Its neck, maple is fine enough. I add just a hint from me: when I bought it, the strings were too far away and, therefore, ask your supplier to adjust the position of the handle, or do it yourself, it is not very complicated :) The table is solid cedar (my god wonderful smell of wood).
Finally, one last point: the varnish is polished, which means that the sound appears much better (and fortunately), but a disadvantage is that it lowers my rating of two points is that you must be VERY careful with your guitar, especially the table a little specifications such as a stroke a little stiff, and she has a small pet. So really pay attention.

Aside from that, the finish is impeccable. Nothing to say, just perfect ets, no assembly problem.

UTILIZATION

Handle: very very nice, it is late, thus making barred ing too much trouble, even if it is a folk.

The weight is good, neither too heavy nor too light.

Ergonomics is the same, so you can play six consecutive hours per day without problem (I tested).

Strings: those origins are good. You can leave it 9 months without break. If you change them, I recommend the EXP16 Light for beginners. Yes, it is € 15, but it's worth it.

SOUNDS

Me, it suits me perfectly: I play a lot of folk, with or without capo, capo but it keeps its main asset: the bass. This guitar is MADE for the bass. I made my first guitar with a guitar at 50 €, then I took one. A marvel.

For that price, it is recommended to everyone. Both beginners and experts alike. Me itchy sometimes a bit much, do not hesitate. It does frisera ever. But what is it that made me go down a point, is that we sometimes emphasize just a little bit on the ropes, so prefer a 1mm pick for bass (yes, those with turtle ).

Do not play the Jimi Hendrix with this guitar, it has no cutaway.

OVERALL OPINION

Price / quality ratio: Perfect, the best on the market (as Art & Lutherie is a sub-brand of Godin);

This is my first model folk, and will remain the best. So I never did revendrais (seen in ten years if the sound will be improved);

After a year and a half of use, I recommend it to all beginners.

It has no default. Even if you plug it into an amp with a micro-rosette, the sound is purely beautiful.

This guitar is folk and pop for everyone. If you want to listen, here's my chain: https://www.youtube.com/user/mostdu27/videos?view=0
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  • Manufacturer: Art & Lutherie
  • Model: Cedar
  • Series: Dreadnaught
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/18/2006

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