The Kepma Elite Series GA2-131 is a workhorse for the stages of the world. Thanks to its premium build and unsurpassed quality components that make it an amazing guitar to play, giving you a truly professional stage guitar at a price every player can afford.

The GA2-131 is a grand auditorium body shape cutaway guitar that features a AA+ solid Alaskan spruce top paired with African mahogany back & sides. It provides you with an amazing level of playability with an "electric-like" action, perfect neck setup with the Plek system, impeccable high-precision build and simply amazing sound.

Body Style: Grand Auditorium
Scale Length: 647mm / 25.48"
Top: AA+ Solid North American Sitka Spruce
Back/Sides: African Mahogany
Neck: Pressure-Tested African Mahogany
Neck Reinforcement: Dual Carbon Fiber Rods
Neck Thickness: 21mm-22mm (1st Fret-9th Fret
Neck Width: 43mm / 1.7"
Neck Finish: Smooth Satin
Neck Binding: ABS
Truss Rod: 440mm Bidirectional Adjustable Steel
Fretboard: Indonesian Rosewood, 400mm Radius / 457mm x 57mm
Sound Hole Rosette: ABS
Number of Frets: 20
Saddle: Triple Compensated Bone
Nut: Bone
Bridge: Rosewood
Fretboard Inlay: Acrylic
Binding: ABS
Finish: High Gloss
Bridge Pins: ABS
Pickguard: Transparent
Strings: .012-.053 Gauges
Tuning Machines: Kepma Sealed Die-Cast 18:1
Case: Kepma Deluxe Nylon Padded Bag

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Carter's Music Center

Palatka, FL, United States
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