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Wechter Guitars Left-Handed Pathmaker Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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The Wechter Left-Handed Pathmaker Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a patented double-cutaway design that allows a very electric-guitar-like 19 frets of a...Click To Read More About This Product

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Innovative, original, and handcrafted.

The Wechter Left-Handed Pathmaker Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a patented double-cutaway design that allows a very electric-guitar-like 19 frets of access in addition to a rock-solid neck joint. The convex headblock construction with integrated soundhole bracing is stronger than any traditional headblock design, and is more reliable and visually striking. A thin finish allows for more pure acoustic tone, while the slim, fast neck and low action make the left-handed Wechter Pathmaker Guitar easy to play.

Final set up and electronics installation is done in the Wechter shop in Paw Paw, Michigan, including premium coated strings, action adjustment, trussrod adjustment, setting the bone nut and saddle, filing the frets, buffing the finish if necessary, cleaning the fingerboard and bridge, and polishing and careful repacking -- every guitar, every time, so that we know you are getting a guitar that will play the best right out of the box. Wechter includes a heavy-duty padded gig bag and a limited lifetime warranty with the left-handed Pathmaker Acoustic-Electric.

  • Left-handed
  • Spruce top
  • Maple back and sides
  • Mahogany neck
  • Patented double-cutaway design
  • 19 frets clear of the body
  • Hand-scalloped bracing
  • Thin, natural finish
  • Arched top and back
  • Tortoise shell binding and abalone trim
  • Natural bone nut and saddle
  • Rosewood bridge and fingerboard
  • Reinforced adjustable truss-rod
  • Die-cast chrome tuners
  • Bound top, back, neck, and fingerboard
  • Final set up and electronics installation in USA
  • Super heavy-duty padded Wechter gig bag included
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Scale Length: 25-1/2"
  • Width at Nut: 1.715"
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Number Of Frets Total: 22
  • String Spacing At Bridge: 2-1/8"
  • Body Depth At Heel: 4"
  • Body Depth At Tailblock: 4-1/2"
  • Body Width: 15-7/16"
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It's not a Taylor but it'll do!


from Columbia, SC

I bought this guitar after doing some research and really liked that it's three pick-ups and that they are hand-made. When I got it in the mail I was blown away with how good it looks. I'm not really big on soloing when I play so the cut away wasn't that big of a deal to me, and I was a little worried I wouldn't get that "big" tone you get with larger bodies, but, it's all there! Definately worth the money.


A lot of guitar for a low price

By Deleveled

from Columbia, SC

I always get complemented when I pull this guitar out at shows or in front of friends. It is a real looker. It has a lot of sound for a cut-away, being a rhythm player I was a little worried about that. I would highly recommend this guitar to someone who wants to get serious about music but doesn't have the cash flow that the stars have. The pick-ups are a little weak but, if you take your time at sound check you can really get a great sound.


A great A/E for lefties

By Mike V

from Newark, NJ

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Althought I have yet to play this live I love playing the guitar unplugged or through my acoustic processor for a wide variety of tones. The neck is like an electric but the body is similar to a small dreadnought and not a thin-body like I thought. Nevertheless it plays like a dream, with great action, and the ability to go from pure acoustic to a hollowbody electric. One word of caution: utilizing the microphone at full level will pick up some of the vocal, if using this for recording purposes, just as any mic on an acoustic will do when singing at the same time.Great action.

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