Vintage V400-12 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
Vintage has earned a well deserved reputation for delivering Acoustic Guitars with an impressive build quality and specifications along with amazing pricing. Vintage’s superb attention to detail has made them the UK’s most awarded and best selling Guitar Brands of the past five years and now they are available right here at southcoastmusic.
Few guitars can match the dramatic resonance and harmonic prescence of a 12 String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar.
This Vintage V400-12 Twelve String Acoustic Guitar is hand crafted from quality tone woods to deliver an excellent balance of tone and beauty.
The Book Matched Top is hewn from Solid Spruce which promises to sound even better with the passage of time. The back, sides and neck are constructed of Eastern Mahogany (also known as Nato – pronounced nah-toe ) and feature classy multi-ply black and white binding. The fretboard is a beautiful slab of Rosewood.
A compensated saddle assures excellent action and intonation and with the superior setup courtesy of our Guitar Techs, you get easy playing action, a great feel and superb tone at an unbelievable price. Beautifully finished in natural lacquer, this is a classy looking guitar.
The Vintage V400-12 Twelve String Acoustic Guitar has a clear and focused tone. Nicely balanced across the tonal spectrum, the Vintage V400-12 guitar is an ideal first twelve stringer for beginners and experienced players alike. Whether on stage or in the recording studio, at home on the lounge or around the campfire with friends, the Vintage V400-12 delivers a lot of sound for a little price.
Vintage V400-12 Twelve String Acoustic Guitar Features:
- 12 String Acoustic
- Top: Solid Spruce
- Back: Eastern Mahogany
- Sides: Eastern Mahogany
- Binding: Multi Black/White
- Neck: Eastern Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Saddle: Compensated
- Pickguard: Tortoiseshell style
- Scale: 642mm
- Tuners: Chrome
- Strings: High Quality USA Made
- Finish: Natural
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