PRO-1 Classic is the only classical guitar in the initial PRO-1 series lineup. It comes with a non-cutaway body with the standard classical design. Instead of the series standard 24-3/4" scale, PRO-1 Classic is fit with the regular 25-3/5" scale *scale length standard for the classical guitars). Laminated mahogany is used for the back and sides (this one also features reduced depth of the body in order to save on the production costs), while the cedar is used for the top (other PRO-1 models have spruce tops). The only color option is Natural with gloss finish and chrome hardware. All other PRO-1 models have four more color options, but the PRO-1 Classic remains true to the classical guitar tradition. On the top of the shallow body, Epiphone installs the standard rosewood-made bridge. Classical rosette is also there. There are no electronics installed on this nylon-stringer, nor is any offered in the additional options. Mahogany neck is wide, D-contoured and attached with a 12th fret dovetail joint. On it`s top, Epiphone installs the classic rosewood-made fingerboard with 19 frets and side dot inlays. The MSRP is set at $119.
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