Folk Guitar Grand Auditorium size
Made in the Czech Republic.
Making "all mountain" cedar table, wicker covers Indian Rosewood back and sides, fingerboard and bridge bne, mahogany neck.
Abalone shell inlay and
20 frets, 650 mm pitch, varnish finish "luxury"
Broad comfortable handle the 10 th box
Channel enjoyable. Some will find it a bit wide. ca me gene Being accustomed for 15 years was a seagull. Ets over this one narrow cot head and gently s'largit relatively large ready to finish the box.
Access to acute .. bof not pan shot ..
Ergonomics excellent, again I'm used to a dreadnought body so the transition to OM trs comfortable.
- Gets it easy to sound good?
YES! It sounds right away! I was looking for an acoustic guitar to complete my seagull for 1 year .. I tried everything (Gibson, Martin aylor, Tacoma, Takamine, Yamaha, Guild), I m'tais DCID for a Martin OM (16 or 21) .. and I cracked .. really high end.
Acoustics, I play songs, rock, blues and world music-based Navajo Indian music
I love my seagull who is very low and low mdiums, I was looking for a guitar with more treble, dynamics.
I do not have much of the foil AIM Guild and the brilliance of Taylor - that I find cool - I finally cracked on Martin felt the treble and depth of sound. Furch gives me all this.
I think I will update as soon as I get it as long jou ... I bought it this morning ...
I love DYNAMIC TCP, the brilliant but also the lower the balance, the finish (yet it did not matter much to me ...).
I'll try to remember all the guitars tried since I started as a research ... Taylor 310, 314, 412, Gibson J45, Cheryl Crow, J200 (!!!), Tacoma, Guild GAD45, 50 and JAF30, Takamine EN10 (+ model parlor in Koa), Lag parlor, Martin D15-16 WFTO Aura ( 3000 euros ...), but wonder OMC16-GT (key in "plastic"), 000-18 ... That's basically ...