Carbon fiber has been used in musical instrument making in the past and it continues to expand into a variety of new areas. One of its most successful applications has been in acoustic guitar construction. A rigid one-piece neck/body construction for long-term stability, and its imperviousness to climate results in consistent performance, wherever ... Click To Read More About This Product
Carbon fiber has been used in musical instrument making in the past and it continues to expand into a variety of new areas. One of its most successful applications has been in acoustic guitar construction.
A rigid one-piece neck/body construction for long-term stability, and its imperviousness to climate results in consistent performance, wherever you go. It features a 14 fret to the body Carbon fiber neck for consistent playability (No truss rod adjustments needed, EVER!), a slender ergonomic design (voiced to extend low end response) and a 15 degree headstock pitch.
It is available with 1.75” nut width or new “Narrow Neck” 1.69” nut width, and boasts a proprietary carbon fiber bridge and saddle materials for maximum sound transfer. A center sound hole with abalone sound hole ring accents the top beautifully.
Performance tuned lightweight carbon fiber bracing, ultra-precise tuning machines with 18:1 ratio, Proprietary Reinforced Polymer Fretboard with 20 medium stainless steel frets, top dots & side dots, handcrafted in the USA by skilled technicians and craftsmen. Hardshell case included, ships with Elixr® Nanoweb® strings, .012-.053.
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Comments about Composite Acoustics Legacy ELE Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I was just messing around when I picked one up to play. I was amazed at the sound. The low just E booms but the overall sound is nicely balanced. The action on the fret board is about perfect. Since I've always wanted a guitar I could play outside without worrying, I bought it and have zero regret. However, since I intend to play at the beach, think sea salt-air, I should probably have purchased the one without electronics. But plugged in this thing sound awesome so I just couldn't bring myself to trade to the non-electronic.
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