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Camps Classical Guitar M-6-C

Product code: AA2297
RRP: £695.00   Our Price: £595.00
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Camps Classical Guitar M-6-C

This is a new addition to our collection and comes with a truss rod for easy adjustment of the action.

A warm tone, easy neck and a very attractive looking guitar.

The guitar Camps MC6 is a classical guitar which comes with a solid cedar top, rosewood back and sides, ebony fingerboard and the exclusive two way tension rod that makes a very stable and playable neck. This guitar is addressed to restless players. It is designed to provide a wonderful playability. It is achieved because the action of the strings is adjusted in order to facilitate the action, and the neck is made in such a way that the left hand slides softly. Moreover, it contains an adjustable truss rod inside the neck, which has a double effect. On one hand bending problems are avoided, and on the other hand it is possible to build narrower necks, getting thus the desirable ergonomics - so that the left hand plays effortlessly. An ease playability at treble fret, thanks to cut-away aesthetics.

The tone is silky, smooth, very even and clean with deep powerful basses and thick, weighty trebles.

Top: Solid cedar

Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood

Fingerboard: Ebony

Neck: Cedar

Bridge: Rosewood

Nut: 52 mm

Distance between 1st and 6th: 58 mm

Scale length: 650 mm

Case deep at the heel: 98 mm

Case deep at the bottom: 98 mm

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