This double-top guitar built by Czech luthier Jan Schneider is a fantastic instrument with a great value for money. Built to offer the highest level of playing comfort and providing pleasure for the audience, this guitar is designed to be a reliable, powerful, and comfortable concert instrument. The double-top soundboard, which uses neither carbon nor Nomex, is created by milling the first layer of cedar to reduce weight and then doubling it with a second, thinner piece of cedar to create a resonant and resistant soundboard. This lightweight construction, combined with an overall light wood selection, makes for a very responsive, powerful, and spontaneous instrument. For playing comfort, Jan Schneider opted for a raised fingerboard, an ergonomic fingerboard radius, a satin-finished neck, and an armrest, and thanks to its 640 mm length scale, making this instrument a breeze to play. Sound-wise, this guitar stands out for its seemingly endless sustain, impressive volume, and warm tone.
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|Back and sides:||Indian rosewood|
|Air body frequency:||F#/G|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|