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Kremona S51C 1/2 Scale Classical Guitar
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The S51C is a handcrafted 1/2 Scale student classical guitar with a red cedar solid top guitar that offers plenty of punch, projection and playabilit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Professional features in a small-bodied high-quality student classical.
The S51C is a handcrafted 1/2 Scale student classical guitar with a red cedar solid top guitar that offers plenty of punch, projection and playability without breaking the bank. This serious entry-level nylon string also offers you a laminated sapele back and sides, an African mahogany neck, and an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge complemented by wooden edging and purfling with a gloss polyurethane finish that'll help it last for years. Other appointments include Gebr. Van Gent gold-plated machine heads, a polymer nut and saddle, and a set dovetail neck joint. Finally, it's setup with Royal Classics strings so you sound great right out of the box. Includes Kremona gig bag.
- Red cedar solid top
- Laminated sapele back and sides
- African mahogany neck
- Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Wooden edging, purfling and rosette
- Gloss polyurethane finish
- Polymer nut and saddle
- Gebr. Van Gent gold-plated machine heads
- Set dovetail neck joint
- Royal Classics "Kindersaiten" model Mid Tension Strings
- 44mm at nut
- 18 frets
- 510mm scale
- Includes Kremona gig bag
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- Comfortable to practice
- Easy transport
- -Good sound projection
- Not good for large hands
- Study daily practice
Comments about Kremona S51C 1/2 Scale Classical Guitar:
It's a great instrument. Beautiful, comfortable to play with good sound projection. Just, watchful, for not being recommended for people with large hands will, therefore, the scale is reduced.
I want to buy one, but I have to wait a bit because, Brazil charges a very high value (more than ovalor instrument) when buying abroad. Even with this drawback, I get a 3/4, because I loved the instrument and can not stop playing.