140 is the second most expensive Westerly Collection series, being located above the Archbacks and 120, but below 150 series. Price tags are in the $1,000-$1,300 range (Jumbo Junior Bass costs $695). Mahogany, spruce, and rosewood are the main materials. Fishman electronics and Guild hardware complete these upscale steel-stringers.
Westerly D-140E is the amplified sibling of the series` opening D-140 model. Like its fully acoustic counterpart, D-140E brings a non-cutaway body, 14th fret dovetail joint, 25-1/2" scale, and 20-fret fingerboard. Main construction features include solid African mahogany back & sides, solid Sitka spruce top (scalloped X bracing), mahogany neck (C profile), and 20-fret rosewood fingerboard.
Other important appointments include a rosewood bridge, Guild tuning machines, and Fishman Sonitone/Sonicore electronics unit.
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