Artwood Vintage series is one of the most popular vintage-oriented series of intermediate-class acoustic guitars. Models of this series come in many shapes and forms, but three types prevail. Their names are dreadnought, grand concert and parlor. They usually come in non-cutaway variants. Style-wise, Artwood Vintage models are trying to bring back the looks of the golden age acoustic guitars and are very successful in that respect. AVC6 is one of four models introduced at 2016 NAMM. It is a non-cutaway grand concert guitar with a standard-sized body (19-1/2" length, 15-1/4" width, 4-1/4" depth), 14th fret dovetail and series standard neck.
The body of this intermediate class GC is made of mahogany back and sides and spruce sound board. Entire body is made of solid wood panels and features the Distressed Tabacco Sunburst color scheme. Discrete rosette and aged binding complete the body. V-shaped neck is attached at 14th fret and features a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard on top (1.77" bone nut, 15.75" radius and dot inlays). Rosewood bridge with a compensated bone saddle and die-cast tuners (they`re also aged) complete the specs list.
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