Maxtone is one of the smaller and less known makes out there, a brand which seemingly struggles on the outskirts of the market. But, upon a closer look, things are not what they seem at first glance. Maxtone has, over time specialized in production of beginner and super low cost stringed instruments. Their main focus is on the eastern and south eastern Europe. CGC 390N is one of many classical guitars made by this surprisingly versatile manufacturer. It comes with a standardized classical body made of sapele back and sides and a linden top (a bit unusual choice of tonewoods, but it works fine). Painted maple bridge on the top and standard bracing under the top are featured. Nato neck has 12th fret dovetail joint and a 19-fret rosewood fingerboard on the top.
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