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Madagascar Rosewood Concert Classical Guitar

Madagascar Rosewood Concert Classical Guitar

Madagascar Rosewood Concert Classical Guitar

The Madagascar Rosewood Concert Classical Guitar was built by the same luthier as the Allegro and Concertina Concert Models. This guitar has a beautiful warm sound with plenty of volume. The back and sides are made of solid, high-grade Madagascar Rosewood, and top is solid high-grade German spruce. The fretboard is ebony, and the scale length is 650mm, with a nut width of 52mm. Three small position marker dots have been added to the edge of the fret board at the 5th, 7th and 9th positions. A deluxe hardshell case is included in the price. One of the models currently in stock has a unique double-sideport design, to enhance the listening pleasure of the player and listeners from all angles.

 

 

 

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SKU Madagascar Rosewood  
Weight 20.00 lbs
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Our price: $2,075.00
34%
Market price: $3,150.00
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  • Author: Paul V Reithmaier
    I bought the Goyette Madagascar Rosewood Concert Guitar in December 2015. I was impressed by Mr. Goyette’s website. It was a pleasure to talk with him and do business with him. The guitar was delivered within a week. The guitar case is a work of art and is adequately built for normal use. The guitar is very attractive. But, most importantly, it is easy to play and has a terrific sound. It projects adequately. It has a rich, robust sound which is well balanced. No string overpowers the other strings. I have played it for about four hundred fifty hours during the past twelve months. It sounds better now than it did when I first received it. I retired about three years ago, so I have the luxury of being able to play guitar for several hours each day. I have several guitars and play through my small repertoire on one guitar before switching to the next guitar. Every day I put the current guitar in its case and take out the Madagascar Rosewood to finish my practice time. It sounds so good, I have to play it every day.