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Pro-Natura Silver Solid Top Classical Guitar
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Publié le 03/09/09 à 15:21
(Originally written by I love Queen/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Made in Europe

Spruce top (I guess)

18 frets

I bought to a luthier at a very low price

Perfect finish. The guitar looks beautiful.

UTILIZATION

Quite pleasant neck even though it doesn't reach the quality of other guitars. But it's acceptable considering the price.

The guitar has no cutaway so the access to the upper frets is limited.

The guitar is very light and the body looks nice.

The sound is surprising considering the price of the guitar!

SOUNDS

As I said above, this guitar sounds very good. Like every classical guitar, the right hand position produces several sound colors.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using this guitar for almost three years.

I like everything about this product! Great quality considering the price! Very good guitar for beginners. And you'll use it plenty of years!
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