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The classic Gibson L-00 body and custom herringbone top trim recall the instruments played by some of the...
A great companion for the traveling guitarist.
This little Pixie knows how to rock.
From the late 1800's right through to the 1950's, parlor guitars were astoundingly popular. With their remarkable midrange tone, compact size and easy playability, parlor guitars were greatly favored by women, as well as blues and jazz players. Today, parlor guitars are consistently a go-to choice amongst travelling musical troubadours and adventure seekers, and you'll find a tremendous range of options to choose from in this section.
As every musician knows, it helps to know that the instrument you're performing on is capable of holding up through countless years of playing. Thankfully, you don't need to worry about that when you stick to this selection of options. From Gretsch and Taylor, to Gibson, Fender and everything in between, these companies are dedicated to providing players with exceptionally crafted music instruments, and their parlor guitars are no exception.
One of the many top selling parlor guitars in this catalog is the Blueridge BR-371 parlor acoustic guitar. An attractive replica of a classic, this small-bodied parlor guitar features the workmanship and ornamentation of the renowned instrument that was so prominent at the turn of the century. Additionally, this guitar also contains a few modern upgrades like a slimmer, more playable neck, as well as an adjustable truss rod. Another recommended option is the Seagull Entourage Grand Parlor acoustic-electric. Consisting of a solid cedar top, rustic burst finish, and a Quantum preamp system, this model combines the shape and feel of a guitar from a hundred years ago with modern electronics to give you a truly unique playing experience.
As every musician knows, inspiration can strike you at anytime and anywhere, and it's for this reason that parlor guitars remain so beloved to this very day. Whether you're backpacking across Europe or busking in the local park, parlor guitars are both portable and lightweight, making them great travelling companions for artists on the go, as well as an ideal "first-guitar" choice for youngsters.
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