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achvamsachvams

a hidden treasure

Furch D40-CM CutPublished on 12/22/11 at 07:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
purchased in France, Pigalle, is manufactured in the Republic check.
Size is a remark: until then it is hand made, ie it is not yet fully developed and the level of finish is impressive
An acoustic folk / blues
Pure luck on my part because I was completely ignorant of the existence of this brand, but trying to adopt it without regret!
rosewood handle
The only downside, but that does not bother me personally: the polished end satin can "protect" not so much, so a single shot can leave a trace. but after 2 years of use it is still super nice, even with scars

UTILIZATION

phew ... lack and use is a real treat
access to acute and required agreements: TOP

SOUNDS

To compare......
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purchased in France, Pigalle, is manufactured in the Republic check.
Size is a remark: until then it is hand made, ie it is not yet fully developed and the level of finish is impressive
An acoustic folk / blues
Pure luck on my part because I was completely ignorant of the existence of this brand, but trying to adopt it without regret!
rosewood handle
The only downside, but that does not bother me personally: the polished end satin can "protect" not so much, so a single shot can leave a trace. but after 2 years of use it is still super nice, even with scars

UTILIZATION

phew ... lack and use is a real treat
access to acute and required agreements: TOP

SOUNDS

To compare the major stroke (GUILD, GUIBSON ..)
The large class, a very warm
I note one thing: the bass is super strong and round, I j'adord!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, and I am super happy, I highly recommend and if I change this will be for another of the same brand, after all, a guitar hand-made European less than 1000 euro is just a matter
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SedFast73SedFast73

excellent value for money

Furch D40-CM CutPublished on 03/17/11 at 03:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Features:
- Form: Dredanough
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Back: Mahogany (veneer "Special Sandwich")
- Sides: Mahogany (veneer)
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Mechanical: Furch
- Finish: Satin "porous"
- Origin: Czech Republic

UTILIZATION

Guitar made in the Czech Republic. Very good violin finish sober. Handles very nice and perfect sound for my ears. I tried a Larrivee - Select Series - LV-05E Mahogany Cutaway Electro (2500 €), a Cole Clark "Fat Lady" FL1-AC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar (1300 €), a Tanglewood Sundance 47B Series Super Folk Electro Cutaway (700 €) before I decided to go for the least expensive but also the best for my taste. An excellent......
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Features:
- Form: Dredanough
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Back: Mahogany (veneer "Special Sandwich")
- Sides: Mahogany (veneer)
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Mechanical: Furch
- Finish: Satin "porous"
- Origin: Czech Republic

UTILIZATION

Guitar made in the Czech Republic. Very good violin finish sober. Handles very nice and perfect sound for my ears. I tried a Larrivee - Select Series - LV-05E Mahogany Cutaway Electro (2500 €), a Cole Clark "Fat Lady" FL1-AC Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar (1300 €), a Tanglewood Sundance 47B Series Super Folk Electro Cutaway (700 €) before I decided to go for the least expensive but also the best for my taste. An excellent guitar for an unbeatable price.

SOUNDS

I bought it from the perspective of concert recordings for pop-rock and it fits perfectly.
The guitar is fairly open, while maintaining good bass. Neither too much nor too little. Just right.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since yesterday evening when I bought it ^ ^ and I will repeat this choice for this model or for another model of the same brand. Only downside for this model is access to the stack is done from the inside. But hey, with a good duracell, it may take a while without having to change the battery.
And the guitar comes with a cover saying padded luxury as well but I would have preferred a case (they had none in store ...).
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  • Manufacturer: Furch
  • Model: D40-CM Cut
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/01/2008

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