Furch Blue Plus Gc-CM SPE, Western Red Cedar & African Mahogany
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The Furch Blue Master’s Choice model is a high-quality all-solid-wood guitar in the Grand Auditorium shape with a cutaway. This guitar features a western red cedar soundboard, and the back and sides are made from carefully selected African mahogany. Appointments include a walnut double-ring rosette and artificial tortoise body binding. This tonewood combination lends Furch Blue Master’s Choice instrument a beautiful natural appearance and a warm musical sound that is balanced across the entire tonal spectrum with slightly emphasized lows. Though versatile, this guitar especially shines when played fingerstyle and as a vocal accompaniment instrument.
The Furch Blue Master’s Choice model is fitted with the LR Baggs Stagepro Element system, which features a side-mounted preamp with a tuner. The guitar comes with a premium-quality gigbag.
- Body: Grand auditorium, cutaway
- Top: Western red cedar
- Back and sides: African mahogany
- Neck: African mahogany w/ soft Furch V profile
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Bridge: Ebony
- Finish: Full-pore high-gloss on top; open-pore on back and sides
- Scale length: 25-9/16"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- String spacing: 2-3/16"
- Truss rod: Dual action
- Electronics: L.R. Baggs Element pickup
- Case: Gig bag
- Serial number: 96198
- Year of build: 2021
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Why buy this guitar
- CNR Neck Design
- A high precision, dual-action truss rod maintains neck stability and allows for fine, bilateral adjustment of the neck relief
- Stylish amber appearance featuring a double ring rosette with a black walnut inlay, and faux tortoise body binding
- Western red cedar and African mahogany pair together for a warm, articulate, fingerstyle-friendly sound
The Furch Guitars story began a long time before the company was officially established. In the 1970s, Frantisek Furch, a metalworker by day and a musician by night, faced the dilemma of complete unavailability of high-quality musical instruments in the then socialist Czechoslovakia.