The KA-GTR-MTN-E was built for performers on a budget. The thin performance cutaway body makes it easier to get into the grooves, no matter what part of the fretboard you are working on. Its solid mah... Click To Read More About This Product
The KA-GTR-MTN-E was built for performers on a budget. The thin performance cutaway body makes it easier to get into the grooves, no matter what part of the fretboard you are working on. Its solid mahogany top, back and sides give you plenty of warmth without being overpowering or super bright. Case sold seaparately.
Thin performance style cutaway
Solid mahogany top
Mahogany back and sides
Gold classical tuners
25.5" scale length
2.75" body depth
2" nut width
Shadow Performer Pro EQ with tuner
Case sold separately
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Comments about Kala KA-GTR-MTN-E Thinline Mahogany Nylon String Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I recently bought a Kala Thinline tenor ukulele. I realized that I wouldn't play it much but was impressed with the materials, quality, and design. I returned the uke and replaced it with the KalaThinline Mahagony Nylon string guitar. I play several Ovation steel string guitars including a supershallow body and have never owned a nylon string guitar. The thin body coupled with a neck that is slightly narrow than most classical guitars make it very comfortable and easy to play compared to full depth classical models. At first the sound seemed to lack bass, not surprising given the thin body, but as I have been playing it, I appreciate the overall balanced and pleasant tone. The shadow pickup and preamp are excellent, and it sounds very nice plugged into my Fishman Loudmouth Mini acoustic amp. Overall I am very pleased with this guitar and would highly recommend it, especially to those who normally play steel string guitars who might occasionally want the softer sound of a nylon string guitar.