Among the regular FG800 series models (and excluding the 50th Anniversary FG180), FG850 is the most expensive one. It comes in with a price tag set at $630.00. Some of the main features inculde a non-cutaway dreadnought body (laminated mahogany back & sides, solid Sitka spruce top, creme binding, tortoise pickguard, vitnage rosette), 14th fret neck joint, standard 25-9/16" scale, and electronics-free construction. The color palette is limited to Natural (w/gloss body finish, matte neck finish, chrome-plated hardware, and creme binding around the top and the back of the body). Other notable features include a nato neck (series standard contour, vintage 3+3 headstock), 20-fret rosewood fingerboard (1-11/16" urea nut, dot inlays, 15-3/4" radius), fixed rosewood bridge, and die-cast tuners.
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