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Furch OM22-CM

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Furch OM22-CMPublished on 10/16/09 at 08:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Format OM (See details in http://www.furch.cz/eng/pruvodce-millenium.php )
Solid cedar top and neck / body / Sides: Solid Mahogany.
Key / ebony bridge.
Pure acoustic guitar.
Easel ankles.
Comes with ropes pulling medium (0.13) which is harder than what I used to, but yet does not bother me on it.
Delivered in a small hard case, light that seems strong enough anyway.
Very clean finish.
Supplied with trimming its key and a set of replacement frets (!)
I had to slightly file the first bar near the nut under the E string, because when I played on the eighth fret of the same string, it vibrated on the linear array, between my finger and Nut. This also because of the low......
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Format OM (See details in http://www.furch.cz/eng/pruvodce-millenium.php )
Solid cedar top and neck / body / Sides: Solid Mahogany.
Key / ebony bridge.
Pure acoustic guitar.
Easel ankles.
Comes with ropes pulling medium (0.13) which is harder than what I used to, but yet does not bother me on it.
Delivered in a small hard case, light that seems strong enough anyway.
Very clean finish.
Supplied with trimming its key and a set of replacement frets (!)
I had to slightly file the first bar near the nut under the E string, because when I played on the eighth fret of the same string, it vibrated on the linear array, between my finger and Nut. This also because of the low action that I always put on my guitars: On leaving the store, she did not. Ok since it's perfect for this problem.
(Added 16/10/2009) This is repeated, and I think having to change the Nut for it to be slightly above quoted strings).
Added 07/05/2010:
Over time, this is all "cheap", given the initial price. For the same investment (micro Furch + rose), I had a Taylor 312ce with Expression System new, and extremely strong case, although not too heavy. Analysis of two guitars side by side clearly show the difference in quality in the finish, materials, etc.
The handle of the Furch slightly worked, so I was obliged to make cardboard boxes folded under the Nut and the Mi ropes to avoid curling.

UTILIZATION

Handle a little wider than the norm (cf. classical guitar), but thin enough for me and taking the middle by the thumb above the handle in spite of my small hands. Access is relatively easy until the 15th box for me. (Available also in cutaway, this is not the case with mine) Light as a feather, small, easy to hold it in position on the thigh. She's sweet of her, but may prove powerful. Precise, nuanced, everything I play goes with it (coaching, games and fingers, ...).
The lower strings (E, la) are slightly lower side saddle, and I had to put a small piece of cardboard to raise a little, otherwise it frieze even when playing in box 4 or 5). Not pretty, but perfect side efficiency. I can get a ride from a luthier, but I fear for the plating of the head that is superb.
Remains sound, particularly but has its charm ...
Added 2011/04/08: The saddle is too low, side head. I had to raise the strings by pieces of cardboard or glue Araldite. Since I have a lot less than bp (1 mm)

SOUNDS

I play on it, of Lowden, of Taylor, and each one gives me a different color from the other two. This variation can be sound enough for me perfectly. As soft, full, but less brilliant, less acute in the end that the Lowden, yet it shows no substantial shortfall (Game harmonics "clean").
The sound quality and dynamics have impressed others with whom I played guitar since his purchase.
(Added 16/10/2009) Please note that the listed "crunching" it has also highlighted the sound of fingers (elixir strings) ...
(Added 07/05/2010) In support, there comes a time when play louder not use any more. The dynamic is erased by a kind of compression that is not unpleasant, but may limit the expression in some.

OVERALL OPINION

The Furch did not cost me as much as my other guitars (900 euros occasion "new condition" with impeccable case), there are now 3 years old. I still very beautiful. I had a real crush on this instrument, which lasted a year and a half, until the purchase of this ... my Taylor 312 I tried a micro adjustable LR Baggs: Good. But it adds to the guitar. I have since removed: this is the kind of instrument it is better to back up the microphone.
May also handle a bit closer would have more appropriate, but ... Bad: it works like that, so ...
If you are looking for a good guitar with a relatively limited budget, try one of these guitars, little-known ...
RM: In Furch as elsewhere, try the instrument. I was very disappointed by the sound of OM-23, almost identical model, but rosewood box, and even more by the handle, which nevertheless seemed the same! The high end is very good too, but it comes at a price that offers a sacred competition.
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  • Manufacturer: Furch
  • Model: OM22-CM
  • Category: Other Acoustic Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/13/2007

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