CP designation in Classic Design series` lineup is used for parlor-shaped models. C is for concerts, N for classicals (nylon-stringers), F is for folks, and D for dreadnoughts. Parlors, like their counterparts, come in several tiers and with a choice between fully acoustic and amplified construction.
CP-140SE kicks off with a non-cutaway parlor body, regular 14th fret dovetail neck joint, vintage styling, and Fender hardware. There are two color options, Natural and 3-Color Sunburst (both feature gloss finish and white plastics). Key construction features include laminated rosewood back & sides, solid spruce top (multi-ply binding, vintage pickguard), mahogany neck ("Easy-to-Play" profile) and 20-fret rosewood fingerboard (12" radius, 24-3/4" scale).
Fixed rosewood bridge, scalloped X bracing, and open-back tuners complete the specs list.
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