Grand Auditorium

Grand Auditorium

GA3

Sitka Spruce Top

It features a Sitka Spruce Top, a Tropical American Mahogany neck and an Ebony fretboard, with some small pearl inlays. Back and sides are in Sapele. Sapele is a a mahogany like wood. Headstock is in Indian Rosewood, while bridge is in Ebony. The scale length is 25 1/2". 20 frets and a fretboard radius of 15". Finish is satin with gloss top, while the colour is natural. Electronics is not included but can be optional. The case is included.

Perfect for Finger picking

Highs and mids are sweet and open. Basses are tight and much deep. It is perfect for Finger picking, but it can play everything is for acoustic. My opinion is that it is worth all the money it costs. The price is approximately 1200 Euros, in the shop.

GA4

Back and sides in Ovangkol

Top, glossy, is in Sitka Spruce, really beautiful, while back and sides are in Ovangkol, a great value wood. Finish of back and sides is satin. Neck is in an excellent Tropical American Mahogany and the fretboard, fluent and comfortable, is in Ebony, with small pearl dots on the 20 frets. The fretboard radius is 15 inches. Ebony also for the bridge. The scale length is 25 1/2 inches, while the neck width at nut is 1 3/4 inches. The Truss Rod is adjustable. It is offered in an only one color: natural. It includes an hardshell.

Perfect action

Bass are deep and beefy. Middle are sweet and melodious. Treble are brilliant and well defined. Everything is perfectly balanced and pleasant. The action is perfect, but it can be easily adjusted as you need. The street price, approximately 1360 Euros, is absolutely justified.

GA5

The only available colour is natural

Top is in an excellent red Cedar, Western, paired with the Tropical American Mahogany for back and sides and for the neck. Fretboard and bridge are in Ebony. Like we see, only high value woods. Tuning machines are gold-plated. The scale length is 25 1/2" and the neck width at nut is 1 3/4". The truss rod is adjustable. 20 frets with a fretboard radius of 15". The beautiful finish is gloss and the only available colour is natural. Available also left-handed, with no charge. Body is in the Grand Auditorium style, so the body width is 16", the depth is 4 5/8" and the length is 20". The overall length is 41". Electronics is not available. It comes with a Deluxe Hardshall included in the price. Tone is, like always, warm, much warm, with definite lows and sweet mids.

GA6

Features

Back and sides are in Maple, called "Big Leaf", while top is in Sitka Spruce. Maple also for the neck, with an adjustable truss-rod and 20 frets. This Maple is called "Hard Rock". Fretboard is in Ebony, with binding, Abalone dots and a 15" radius. Indian Rosewood for the headstock and Abalone for the soundhole rosette. Bridge is in Ebony. Tuning machines are gold-plated. The scale length is 25 1/2" with a neck width at nut of 1 3/4". Finish is gloss with the Tobacco Sunburst option. The body measures: 16 inches for the width, 4 5/8 for the depth and 20 inches for the length. The overall length is 41 inches.

Definite lows

A warm tone, definite lows, sweet mids and a very balanced overall sound. The Maple for back and sides and the Sitka Spruce for the top produce a powerful sound with an excellent natural volume. It owns an its character, much personal.

GA7

Features

The main characteristic is the Indian Rosewood for back and sides together with the red Cedar for the top. Neck is in Tropical American Mahogany, fretboard is in Ebony, like the bridge. Really, only quality woods. Tuning machines are gold-plated, Taylor, the truss-rod is adjustable. The scale length is 25 1/2". The fretboard, with a 15" radius, provides 20 frets. Finish is gloss with two color options: natural and tobacco. The body dimensions. Width: 16 inches; Depth: 4 5/8 inches; Length: 20 inches. The overall length is 41 inches.

General opinion

It is perfect for fingerpicking, but not only. The price is not cheap, but the GA7 is a value instrument.

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