Cole Clark AN2AC Angel May 2012

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Melbourne, Australia
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A beautiful, resonant sounding Angel cutaway acoustic guitar with built-in electrics, my May 2012-built AN2AC with a Bunya top, rosewood finger board, Queensland maple neck and rosewood back and sides is now — reluctantly — for sale to make way for a new guitar.

It has only ever been played at home (never gigged) and is in as-new condition, other than having been played in so that its sound is just beautiful.

Nice action (you could take it a little lower if that is your preference) and the neck is strong and straight. The pickup is really natural and clear-sounding.

The guitar comes with a hard case.

Cole Clark Guitars () describe themselves as “combin[ing] classical construction with innovative design, sustainably sourced woods and the world’s most natural sounding pickup to produce a stronger, lighter, unique instrument for the modern acoustic player”.

I’ve loved every minute of playing this guitar and hope you will, too.

Local pickup from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, or I can ship it to you at cost (ie no margin on shipping and insurance).

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