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Squier SD-6G Acoustic Guitar
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Squier's SD-6 G steel-string acoustic guitar is an ideal first acoustic. The SD-6 G is a full-size dreadnought with agathis top, back and sides; rose...Read More
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Squier's SD-6 G steel-string acoustic guitar is an ideal first acoustic. The SD-6 G is a full-size dreadnought with agathis top, back and sides; rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and chrome-plated tuning machines.
- Model Name: Squier SD-6G
- Model Number: 093-0600
- Series: Squier Dreadnought Series
- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Finish: Satin (Polyurethane)
- Top: Laminated Agathis
- Back and Sides: Laminated Agathis
- Neck: Nato
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- No. of Frets: 20
- Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Urea Saddle
- Machine Heads: Chrome, (Die-Cast)
- Scale Length: 25.3" (643mm)
- 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: Dot Position Markers
- Neck: Slim Electric Style
- Strings: Fender 60L Phosphor Bronze, p/n 0730060003, Gauges .012 to .052
- Accessories: None
- Introduced: 5/2001
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I got the Candy apple red one for Christmas. I play this one more,and the others.It has a real nice sound to it.My guitar instructor, played it,and he said that it sounds as well as the takimine he has. (I am not cutting down takimine I have one,or two)I would recomend this guitar for the beginner,and anyone else.
I purchased this guitar in blue about three or so years ago. At the time, I didn't know any better, nor was I a guitar player, yet. I bought it because the color caught my eye, and it sounded nice to the strum. Now that I play guitar, it's good for strumming around for a sing along, or when you are trying to figure out a song, but for the style of music I play, bluegrass, it just doesn't work. It's too mellow. I upgraded it to have a compensated bone saddle, and use prospers bronze strings, but it's still too mellow. It just seems like it should have more sound. For regular music though, it sounds pretty good. I can't seem to get rid of it just yet since it sounds nice. I play it a lot when I am listening to music, and playing chords along with it, and it's nice for that. Besides, my cat seems to like the sound of this guitar than any of my others. I know, it's a weird reason to keep it around, but for now, that's my excuse.