The S51C is a handcrafted 1/2 Scale student classical guitar with a red cedar solid top guitar that offers plenty of punch, projection and playability without breaking the bank. This serious entry-lev... Click To Read More About This Product
The S51C is a handcrafted 1/2 Scale student classical guitar with a red cedar solid top guitar that offers plenty of punch, projection and playability without breaking the bank. This serious entry-level nylon string also offers you a laminated sapele back and sides, an African mahogany neck, and an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge complemented by wooden edging and purfling with a gloss polyurethane finish that'll help it last for years. Other appointments include Gebr. Van Gent gold-plated machine heads, a polymer nut and saddle, and a set dovetail neck joint. Finally, it's setup with Royal Classics strings so you sound great right out of the box. Includes Kremona gig bag.
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Comments about Kremona S51C 1/2 Scale Classical Guitar:
I bought this guitar for my 9 year old daughter to replace a 1/4 Ashton shed had since she was very small. I chose it primarily because of the narrow nut for her smallish fingers and because of positive reviews of its build quality. Overall, I'm pleased, but there are a couple of things to know. First, there is no truss rod, so neck adjustments are limited. This wasn't clear from any of the descriptions I found. Secondly, the Royal Classic Kindersaiten, with which it is delivered have ridiculously low tension, resulting in poor tone, awkward fretting, difficulty keeping the strings in tune, and poor intonation above the 12th fret. I can't find documentation of the string gauge, but believe these are KC460). We'll be swapping them out for D'Addario EXP high or extra high tension strings. The action at the nut seems about right, but it's far too high at the top of the neck, so some adjustment of the saddle seems necessary. I'm hopeful that these faults can all be overcome with better string choice and a good setup. The guitar seems like it has the potentional to sound great and fit well, so at this point I would recommend it with these caveats. I'll update this review after we've made these changes.
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