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Click to enlargeMusician Premium Classical Guitar (GC-130)

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Get a FREE Cherub Guitar Tuner ($29.50 list price value) when you buy this guitar.  You can keep your guitar  always in tune with this guitar tuner, perfect for beginners.  For more information about this tuner, please following the link to Cherub Color Digital Chromatic Violin/Guitar Tuner And Metronome (WMT-610RC)(You will not see the tuner added when you place the order on the web site.  The tuner will be added automatically when the order is processed and it will appear on the invoice.)

This is a premium quality student level classical guitar.  Perfect for advancing students.  This classical guitar comes with nylon strings and are great for beginners because of their low tension.  The low tension on the strings is easier to push down hence making the guitar easier to play.

This guitar is made with high quality spruce top, mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, 3-ply body binding and nickel plated frets.  Spruce is the best wood for sound resonance and the best for making the guitar top.  The spruce top combines with the beautiful mahogany back and sides gives the guitar a warm and pleasant tone.  The 3-ply body binding ensure total integrity of the guitar.  The fingerboard and bridge are made out of rosewood for playability and intonation control.  The hardness of rosewood is very resistant to wear from fingers and strings.

In addition to the quality wood used, this classical guitar is also built with solid craftsmanship.  This guitar also comes with very high quality tuning machines ensuring guitar will stay in-tune and tuning is easy, smooth and trouble free.  

  • Guitar top is made out of spruce - no cheaper laminated wood or hardwood used.  Spruce the best wood for sound resonance and making guitar top.

  • Guitar back and side are made out of mahogany

  • Fingerboard and bridge are made out of rosewood that is resistant to wear from fingers and strings

  • Low action for ease of playing 

  • Open gear Gotoh high quality tuning machines (also referred to as tuning pegs, tuning keys and tuners) ensure tuning stability and tuning is easy, smooth and trouble free

  • Black body binding

  • Nickel plated frets

  • Fitted with nylon strings

  • Made in China and shop adjusted in USA

  • High gloss finish

  • Color: Natural

  • Guitar is Full size.  Guitar length is 39".

( ~~ REGULAR LIST PRICE: $154.50 ~~ )

Availability: Usually ships the next business day

GC-130Music Basics Price: $123.50On Sale For: $77.00

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