At the 2014 NAMM show, Ibanez has really pushed the envelope in the classical guitars segment with the novelties presented for the upcoming spring. Out of four models introduced into the Classical series, two of them come with extra strings. G207CWC has seven strings, while the G208CWC has a jaw-dropping set of eight strings. This tremendously widens the already wide (six-stringed classical guitars are usually more than two inches wide at the string nut) string nut and enlarges the rounded back contour. This might not be to everyone`s fancy, but the ones who overcome the neck difficulties will be granted an unforgettable experience. G208CWC comes with a standard single-cut classical body made of mahogany (back/sides) and German spruce (top). Black binding, vintage classical rosette around the sound hole and gold-plated hardware breathe the subtle elegance into the appearance of this amazing nylon-stringer. On the top, there`s the regular rosewood bridge with a bone saddle on top. Mahogany neck is attached to the body via the standard 12th fret dovetail joint and is topped with a 19-fret fingerboard made of rosewood.
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