Alhambra 7 Fc (CW, E8) - natural

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Entirely handcrafted with solid woods, the ALHAMBRA Flamencas Conservatorio 7 Fc CW E8 classical acoustic/electric guitar, features german Spruce for the top, Cypress for the back and sides, fine-looking and high quality ebony for fingerboard and Fishman Flex M Blend system (blendable matrix pickup + conder microphone for wide variety of amplified sounds).
Like the concert models, the neck is reinforced with an Ebony strip instead of truss rod. It conducts the vibration all across the instrument and permits the guitar to fully vibrate from head to bottom of the body.
Also, it incorporates a stylish cut away designed to satisfy the demands of any composition in any style. The player in fact can feel the instrument vibrate against his/her body. The sound of this guitar is rich, clear and extremely flexible.

- Acoustic & electro-acoustic : electro-acoustic
- Acoustic guitar color : natural
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- SKU Alhambra 6770
- Nylon string acoustic/electric guitar
- 4/4 with cutaway
- Flamencas Conservatorio Series
- Made in Spain
- Solid german Spruce top
- Solid Cypress back/sides
- Body depth 90 > 93 mm
- Mahogany neck reinforced with Ebony
- Ebony fretboard, 19 frets (12 outside body)
- Scale 650 mm
- Neck width 1st fret 52 mm
- Neck depth 1st fret > 21.5 m
- Neck depth 12th fret > 23.5 mm
- Fishman Prefix Flex M Blend preamp with tuner (mixable internal microphone + piezo)
- Traditional classical tuning machines
- Gloss finish
- Euroguitar Reference : 91607
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