Furch GNc 2-SW Nylon String, Walnut & Sitka Spruce - Pre-Owned
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Furch's 12-fret GNc 2-SW, with its elegantly designed cutaway body, solid wood construction, and 1-3/4" nut width, is the perfect crossover guitar for steel-string players looking to take the leap into the nylon-string world. Sitka spruce is paired with black walnut for a balanced, articulate tone. Furch's open pore satin/matte finish protects the woods without dulling their vibrational potential. Priced with a travel ready backpack gig bag.
- Body: 12-fret Grand Nylon, cutaway
- Top: Solid Sitka spruce
- Back and sides: Solid black walnut
- Neck: African mahogany w/ Furch soft V profile
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Finish: Open pore (matte)
- Binding: Faux tortoise
- Bridge: Ebony
- Tuners: Furch classical nickel (1:16 ratio)
- Scale length: 25-9/16"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- Lower bout: 14-3/4"
- Electronics: None
- Case: Soft backpack gig bag
- Serial number: 96315
- Year of build: 2021
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Why buy this guitar
- For steel-string players first delving into the classical world, the Furch GNc 2-SW is a perfect transition with its 1-3/4" nut width and Furch soft V neck profile
- With an elegantly curved cutaway, a neck that joins the body at the 12th fret, and a lower bout just under 15", this is a comfortably, ergonomically designed nylon string
- Entirely constructed of premium solid woods, the top is Sitka spruce while the back and sides are black walnut
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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.