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Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlour Acoustic Electric Faded Black For Sale for £350.00

 15792 For Sale for £350.00 or nearest offer.
User Iph999 Category Acoustic Guitars
Manufacturer Art & Lutherie Location Essex
Model Roadhouse Parlour Acoustic Electric Faded Black Viewed 148 times
Date Listed 28-Aug-2020 Price £350.00 or nearest offer
Reduced! Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlour Electro Acoustic in Faded Black with Fishman Sonitone pre-amp. Made in Canada with finest spruce and wild cherry timbers. Excellent condition and recently set-up, fret polish, new 10-46 strings and lemon oil on neck. The Fishman Sonitone pre-amp offers volume and tone rollers discreetly hidden in the sound hole.  The neck is a dream to play with rolled edges, very tidy frets, lovely grained finger board and comes with Tusq nut and bridge saddle.  Guitar comes with a good quality original padded gig bag. Condition is excellent with just a few very minor marks, the most noticeable one is near the upper bout, just visible in the photo. The pick guard still has the protective plastic on. You're welcome to try out acoustically or electric through my Fender amp - sounds brilliant!  Collection only please - I will not post and risk damage. New these are between £529-£579 so grab a bargain at £350 ono. Full specs below: The Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Electro Acoustic Guitar in Faded Black features a parlor body to produce large sounding tones while being small enough for easy transportation, perfect for travelling musicians. The acoustic guitar's body is crafted from wild cherry back and sides topped with a solid spruce top, offering an excellent harmonic vibration, rich tones, and an enhanced resonance and response. The Art & Lutherie guitar also features Fishman Sonitone electronics, capturing the pure, natural tone for crisp, clean amplification. Designed to offer excellent comfort, an easy playing experience, and great tonal character, the Roudhouse Electro Acoustic is reminiscent of the iconic 'blues boxes' that were used by many travelling musicians.