Richwood A-20 Acoustic guitar

€339,00
Availability:  In stock
Delivery time: 1-2 Days

Richwood Master Series are all handmade acoustic guitars, made of premium selected tonewoods, professionally set-up before packing.

The technical and aesthetical advanced features include bone fittings, a double action trussrod, voluted headstock joint, cotton capped X-braces,
mahogany back braces, high grade Derjung machine heads, USA D'Addario coated phosphor bronze strings and Fishman electronics.

SOLID SPRUCE TOP

Spruce provides an ideal balance between strength and flexibility, hence its overwhelming popularity as the wood of choice for tops of acoustic guitars. Spruce’s versatile sonic character makes it ideal for a variety of musical genres and playing styles.

MAHOGANY BACK & SIDES

The beloved mahogany wood has been a standard for back and sides on premium acoustics for many decades. The warm and well rounded low-end creates a basis for all music to reach it's audience. The mid-range is very strong and fullbodied, while the high-end is delicate and very pleasant.

BONE NUT & SADDLE

Bridge nuts & saddles made from bone are allot denser then their counterparts made from artificial materials like plastic, Micarta or Tusq. Bone nuts & saddles give a brighter more resonant tone with better attack, it will bring any guitar to life.

OPEN PORE FINISH

Not only does the open pore finish enhance the resonance of the woods but it also reduces the weight of the guitar for improved playability. This model’s natural and brown finishes feature gloss top for high-end vintage look and feel.

Body type: Auditorium
Lefthanded/Righthanded: Righthanded
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back: Mahogany
Sides: Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany
Neck Profile: C
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard radius: 14"
Width at nut: 43 mm
Frets: 20
Bridge: Rosewood
Build-in electronics: No
Machineheads: Derjung die cast, Chrome
Scale: 650 mm
Color: Natural
Finish: Satin
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