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Hagstrom Mora Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Hagstrom Mora Concert acoustic-electric guitar has mahogany back and sides with a solid mahogany top. It provides a bright and full tone without ...Click To Read More About This Product
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This all mahogany acoustic has uncommon looks and tone with natural sounding electronics.
The Hagstrom Mora Concert acoustic-electric guitar has mahogany back and sides with a solid mahogany top. It provides a bright and full tone without being trebly or thin. Because most acoustic guitars on the market today use a combination of different tone woods, this all mahogany acoustic provides a truly unique tone. Single notes and phrasing seem to jump out from this guitar, making it great for soloing and finger picking styles. The deep brown hue of the mahogany is graceful and eye catching.
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- Dovetail neck
- Resonator fingerboard
- B-Band T-35 preamp
- Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble and Phase controls
- Built in chromatic tuner
- Abalone/pearl inlay
- Resinatorwood bridge
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Comments about Hagstrom Mora Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Overall, it feels good on the knee, I didn't need a full dreadnought just to jam on the edge of my bed. and the cutaway is great because I want to get to those higher frets. it has nice sustain and a full rich tone. it's a perfectly fine acoustic that's a real pleasure to play and look at. I'm very glad I got it. I like it. actually, I love this guitar now that it's here, and we have a long time to get acquainted. I'm keeping it for life. it's now settled into the stable. maybe try it out and see what you think. you can always return it and order something else. but there's something acutely attractive about this particular guitar. I'm definitely keeping mine, it's cool having the Hagstrom name in the house.
best of luck to all.
I wasn't really looking for an electric, I have an Epi Les Paul, but the tuner works good, and I've yet to plug it in to an amp, so we'll have to see later. I want something to play during a power outage..lol..but acoustics don't need a lot of features, it's quality, sound and value that matter most, so we'll get straight to that.
The quality of the Hagstrom Mora Concert Acoustic-Electric is really nice, but I hit it with a nine because on a couple of frets I get tiny bit of buzz, but I haven't tried any adjustment yet, and I re-strung it with some Ernie Ball reg slink electrics, so maybe that has something to do with it. it's minute and doesn't bother me. it sounds awesome. it arrived in perfect condition and has a beautiful gloss finish over all that beautiful mahogany. love the darker woods, tired of the old light natural look, everyone has that. the headstock is really nice and it really stays in tune for me. the action is really good too, nice neck and fretboard, it does everything I need it to do. it's really pretty, I wanted something nice to look at too and this sure is.
Of course, it's built in China and not in Europe anymore, but the woods come from the US, hardware from Korea, and it's nice quality hardware on the head. got the classic Hag look. this thing is built nice, to last a lifetime if taken care of. I got it about a month ago when the Hags' first appeared on the site. it was a great value.