Farida D52CE Cutaway Natural Finish Acoustic Guitar

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The D-52 C is a full-board acoustic guitar that Farida introduced in Taiwan in 2013. The difference from the D-52 is Cutaway! This is designed to meet the needs of musicians who play high-position tracks. If you are looking for a full-board and Cutaway-designed guitar, the D-52 C will be your first choice! 

The D-52 C uses the selected sitica spruce veneer as the panel, and the top mahogany veneer is the side/back plate. The original Faraday masters inlaid the white Zhenbei diamond sound point in the skillful and exquisite craftsmanship. On the board, with the red tortoise shell deck, green Zhenbei sound hole inlay, beef bone pillow, Farida die-cast nickel-plated string, make a "five-star" D-52 C!

  • Panel: Sitika Spruce (single)
  • Edge trim: mahogany
  • Chord: Farida die-cast nickel-plated string
  • Overall length: approx. 104 cm
  • Back / side panel: mahogany (single)
  • Fingerboard inlay: Baizhenbei sound point
  • Body width: about 39 cm
  • Handle: Mahogany
  • Upper and lower chords: bovine bone
  • Chord length: 650 mm
  • Tu equipment: NS
  • Fingerboard / Bridge: Indian rosewood
  • Sound hole diameter: about 10 cm

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