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Squier MC-1 Mini Classical Guitar
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Squier's MC1 is a 3/4-size nylon-string mini classical guitar with the right features, size and price for younger guitarists.This durable mini guitar...Click To Read More About This Product
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Great for anyone who wants a smaller, easier-to-play instrument.
Squier's MC1 is a 3/4-size nylon-string mini classical guitar with the right features, size and price for younger guitarists.
This durable mini guitar is made to suit students in a school music program and beginners who are more comfortable with a smaller guitar. Features agathis top, back and sides with a satin finish, and a rosewood fingerboard.
- Model Name: SQUIER MC1 (Mini Classical Guitar)
- Model Number: 092-0100
- Series: Mini Classical Series
- Body Style: Mini Classical
- Finish: Satin (Polyurethane)
- Top: Laminated Agathis
- Back and Sides: Laminated Agathis
- Neck: Nato
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- No. of Frets: 18
- Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Urea Saddle
- Machine Heads: Chrome, 3-in-Line with White Buttons
- Electronics: None
- Scale Length: 23.3" (592mm)
- Body Depth: 3.94", 100mm (Front) to 4.92" 125mm (Rear)
- Width at Nut: 1.69" (43mm)
- Width at Heel: 2.24" (57mm)
- Fingerboard Inlays: Side Dot Position Markers
- Strings: Fender Nylon Classical 100, Clear, Tie End Classical Strings, p/n 0730100000, Gauges .028, .032, .040, .029, .035, .043
- Accessories: None
- Introduced: 7/2001
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I'm a public school music teacher. I have 26 of these guitars in my classroom. I've had them for 8 years. Overall, it is a good guitar for a child. Some of these guitars sound and play great and some of them not as well. I had one in the bunch that broke the tuning key and the back separated from it. The rest are fine. It is really amazing on how different each one will sound. I would suggest buying this only if you can try a few out and pick from the best of the litter. Go to your local guitar dealer. It will be a gamble to buy on-line without playing it first. For the price, they are good guitars overall.
My parents got this guitar for my sister years ago, who just told me I could have it if I wanted it. She never really got into playing guitar, and I've been an electric musician for years, but I picked this up a while ago, and I'm quite impressed. I don't think the strings have been changed once, and the low E string is missing, but I absolutely love playing this (you can still get creative with 5 strings). The tone quality is quite beautiful in its own unique way (especially for this price). But, if you'll be professionally recording in an expensive studio, making an album that will be mass-produced, I wouldn't recommend it?I?m sure the top notch, full sized acoustics would be more appropriate. But for strumming around on porches and patios, and even recording demos and whatnot, it's perfect. Because of its size, portability, and affordability, I'd say it's ideal for the songwriter that writes in many different environments. I?m sure it?s an excellent beginner?s guitar, too. But even for a practiced musician, it?s a great deal of fun.
I own this guitar, and it helped me get started with the basics before I was too concerned with tone quality, features and overall quality of the insturment. For the money it is probably a good buy if you are looking for a cheap guitar to start off with. You can tell it is a cheap guitar, but by merely putting some better strings on it you get a guitar that is going to allow you to learn the basics without paying much and without getting any extras. Am I happy I bought it? Yes, but only because it has taken me a long time to get dedicated to learning the guitar, otherwise just get something better.