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" A great dreadnought guitar"

Furch D22-SRPublished on 03/30/14 at 01:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Czechoslovakia worthy of handwork luthier
was that quality wood: rosewood, mahogany, ebony, etc. ..

UTILIZATION

A great handle too big or too late allows fast and comfortable playing

SOUNDS

To the sound is sublime, warm, good bass and crisp highs, agreements and majestic sound further, the choice of wood and the design are many in my opinion

OVERALL OPINION

I tried a lot of style but Furch is really above the lot, including the SR 32 D, try it you will be conquered after it is widely Martin or Taylor over 2,000 euros
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" A g N m i F i Q u E"

Furch D22-SRPublished on 08/18/13 at 15:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Manufacturing Czech brand "FURCH" developed or sold under different brand names in different countries, for example, "Stonebridge" in the U.S.
the look "Taylor" it recovered somewhat in the head and she was inspired we recognize the manufacturer having worked a while for the brand!
Dreadnought body types
Spruce Solid Sitka
Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood
Mahogany
Ebony fingerboard
Scale 650mm (25.59 ")
Width at nut 45mm (1.77 ")
20 frets
Inlays Points Bonus
Schaller nickel
Bridge and ebony pegs
Table finish high-gloss, satin back and sides
Transparent pickguard, white net
Logo Furch Pearl
Strings Elixir Ph-Br Nanoweb (.012 shooting - .053)
Comes with......
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Manufacturing Czech brand "FURCH" developed or sold under different brand names in different countries, for example, "Stonebridge" in the U.S.
the look "Taylor" it recovered somewhat in the head and she was inspired we recognize the manufacturer having worked a while for the brand!
Dreadnought body types
Spruce Solid Sitka
Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood
Mahogany
Ebony fingerboard
Scale 650mm (25.59 ")
Width at nut 45mm (1.77 ")
20 frets
Inlays Points Bonus
Schaller nickel
Bridge and ebony pegs
Table finish high-gloss, satin back and sides
Transparent pickguard, white net
Logo Furch Pearl
Strings Elixir Ph-Br Nanoweb (.012 shooting - .053)
Comes with case

UTILIZATION

light and well finished with a nice handle which gives it a facility unbelievable game!

SOUNDS

high quality finishing his dreadnought shape gives it a warm sound, accurate and well balanced

OVERALL OPINION

a simple no frills or unnecessary guitar aesthetics, excellent value for money, I recommend you try at least one, but I know you will be captivated and you will be amazed ...
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  • Manufacturer: Furch
  • Model: D22-SR
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2011

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Other names: d22sr, d 22 sr

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