Norman Guitars was established in 1972 and is currently one of many Godin brand family members, with a complete focus on affordable steel-string acoustics. Like with the rest of the La Patrie-based brands, Norman`s entire output is made in the town, of locally sourced tonewoods. The current catalog is divided into four series - Expedition, Protege, Encore, and Studio. ST68CW is the most expensive model of the Studio series (which is, in turn, Norman`s top series). Main features include a single-cut dreadnought body (solid rosewood back & sides, solid spruce soundboard), 14th fret dovetail neck joint, Godin electronics, and stock hardware. Natural Gloss (w/gold hardware, creme binding, tortoise pickguard) is the only available color option. Other notable features include a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard, mahogany neck, rosewood bridge, and die-cast tuners.
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