Hohner student guitars are a prefered choice for music educators and students worldwide. The A+ AS03 is crafted with a spruce top and basswood back and sides. The 3/4 scale is designed and recommended... Click To Read More About This Product
Hohner student guitars are a prefered choice for music educators and students worldwide. The A+ AS03 is crafted with a spruce top and basswood back and sides. The 3/4 scale is designed and recommended for players between the ages of 8-12. Light gauge steel strings and a comfortable neck profile provides easier playability for beginners.
Hohner meticulously developed a new manufacturing system known as the A+ Advantage. It is standard on all Hohner Student guitars. It improves many details of the guitar's performance. Properly cured wood and correct grain direction is crucial to make more stable, reliable guitars. They are equipped with specially designed neck blocks enhancing tone and projection. Fret size/installation techniques improve tactile performance and intonation. Neck angles optimized for maximum playability.
Gluing processes redesigned for tight solid seals between edges - no glue gaps or weaknesses. Bridge installation improved for string vibrational transfer to the top for sustain and rich tone. Internal braces strategically altered to maximize tonal vibration. The Hohner A+ Advantage system has 35+ improvements. The resulting guitars have increased quality, volume, playability, tone, sustain and instrument life. Only A+ by Hohner instruments can claim the attributes of the A+ Advantage system.
Pro Coverage gives you added warranty protection for your gear. Stepping in where the manufacturer's "normal wear and tear" coverage ends, our Pro Coverage program offers you upgraded coverage if your product ever fails Click To Read More About This Product.
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Hohner A+ 3/4 Size Steel String Acoustic Guitar:
This guitar looks just like mine, not a toy. I bought it for my 8 year old grandson. He will still have to grow into it.He loves it and will hopefully enjoy playing it as he grows up.