• Hand Crafted European Guitar
• LR Baggs Pick-up System
• Hiscox Hardcase
• Rosewood & Spruce Dreadnought w/Cutaway!
Hand Crafted European Guitar
Furch guitars are steeped in history. When Frantisek Furch first started making guitars in 1981, private enterprise was repressed by the communist government of his native Czechoslovakia. However, that didn’t stop Frantisek from honing his craft, he simply took to his garage to make his guitars in secret. The renegade luthier - what a story!
The secrecy stopped in 1989 following the velvet revolution. Furch guitars opened their first factory with just one employee in the newly formed Czech Republic. Fast forward more than 30 years and Furch guitars are amongst the finest in the world.
The D22 is one such example. Furch have developed their full-pore finish (high gloss, vintage hand-brushed or satin surface) specifically to enhance the acoustic performance of the body and Model 22 is an excellent example of the unique difference this makes.
I know what you’re thinking; “An Indian Rosewood guitar that’s under $3000?” - Yep, that’s right! Indian Rosewood is one of the most desirable and sought after tonewoods in acoustic guitars today. With a warm, resonant bottom end the D22 really is a mighty beast!
LR Bagg’s Element Active system
Here at the Acoustic Inn, we love the LR Bagg’s pick up system. We highly recommend it to any player looking for a world class pick up system that doesn’t colour the tone of your guitar but really just shows off it’s natural tonal beauty.
So you can imagine how excited we were to discover that Furch include these pick up systems as an option on all of their guitars. It’s a classy and discreet addition – you’d hardly know it was there at a glance! With two controls in the sound hole (volume, tone) and an endpin jack it’s simplistic yet powerful!
Hiscox Hard Case
Made in the UK to professional standards, this lightweight molded Hardcase usually retails for $299 on it’s own! But each of these guitars comes with one included!
Ryhthm Players dream
One of the most common questions we get asked here at the Acoustic Inn is “Which guitar shape is the one for me?”
The dreadnought gets the best sounds when it’s played hard! As such it’s a great strumming instrument and it’s larger body produces louder volumes! Used by folk and rock musicians alike, the dreadnought is arguably the most popular guitar shape of them all!
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