Compact parlor guitars ruled the scene long ago, back in the 19th century when they were the standard. But since the emergence of the dreadnought (Martin) and jumbo (Gibson) in early 20th century, things went south for this extremely convenient body shape.
A19C-100N is a non-cutaway guitar, with traditional parlor body and 12th fret neck joint. Back and side panels of the body are made of rosewood and the top is made of spruce. Classic 19th century rosette graces the sound hole. The neck is made of mahogany and features a rounded, vintage contour. On its top there is an 18-fret rosewood fingerboard (1.96" string nut, side dot markers). Set of gold-plated tuning machines (vintage, open-gear tuners) and traditional rosewood bridge complete the specs list.
To leave a comment you can also log in with
Aria A19C-100N has 0 ratings (Score 0 out of 5 based on 0 ratings ).
This page contains information, pictures, videos, user generated reviews, automatically generated review and videos about Aria A19C-100N but we do not warrant the quality, accuracy or completeness of any information on our web site. If you have more information about Aria A19C-100N please write a review. Some reviews are automatically generated generated by using verbal representation of publicly available numeric rating information musicians entered while writing review of Aria A19C-100N. User generated reviews of Aria A19C-100N represent opinions of credited authors alone, and do not represent Chorder's opinion.
Rating is an average rating that is calculated by using publicly available numeric rating information musicians entered while writing review of Aria A19C-100N. All trademarks, images and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective companies.