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Redwood AP-20S Acoustic Guitar - Natural

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Special Price £79.00

Regular Price: £139.00

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Highlights
  • The Redwood AP-20S Acoustic Guitar is a smaller-bodied Parlour shape, perfect for blues, folk and fingerpicking styles
  • Features a solid cedar top and walnut back & sides for a lovely warm tone
  • Smooth Sonokelin fingerboard offers durability and comfort
  • Complete with high quality, die-cast machine heads for consistent and reliable tuning
  • An excellent sized guitar for learners, younger players or for use on the road
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Delivery & Returns

Delivery to UK mainland addresses* is FREE on orders over £75 and up to 30kg. (As a guide, a standard electric guitar weighs approx. 3-5kg).

Delivery on orders below £75 are charged at £4.45!

Delivery to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. is weight dependant and will be indicated at the checkout

Delivery above 30kg to ANY location will vary according to weight and will be indicated at the checkout

LocationPriceStandard Delivery
UK mainland*FREE on orders over £75 £4.45 on orders under £751-3 working days
Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands & Islands Isle of Man Isle of Wight Channel Islands Republic of Ireland£12.95 – any order value up to 30kg Over 30kg - please call1-3 working days
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The Redwood AP-20S Parlour Acoustic Guitar gives players a comfortable, smaller-bodied guitar that’s perfect for smaller or young guitarists, fingerpickers and blues players. Despite its size the guitar projects well and has a lovely warm tone thanks to solid cedar top and unique walnut back & sides. The Redwood AP-20S Parlour Guitars smaller body shape will be of great appeal to younger players and those who find larger guitars cumbersome. Classically known for being used by blues and folk musicians it is also the perfect shape for fingerpicking guitarists. It would also make an excellent second guitar for anyone who wants something to travel with that sits nicely between travel and concert guitar sizes, with the projection of a larger instrument.

Generally used on classical guitars, and more expensive guitars, the solid cedar top on the Redwood AP-20S Parlour Guitar gives the smaller-sized guitar a level of projection that you wouldn’t expect. This also lends itself well to the guitars parlour shape, as it doesn’t require a hard touch to give you a lot of volume. This wood produces a warm tone, similar to a classical guitar.

Tonally the walnut back & sides are the perfect accompaniment to the solid cedar top. The walnut not only pushes the warm sound of the Redwood AP-20S Parlour Acoustic Guitar but also adds plenty of bass to the mix. As walnut is not widely used it also gives the guitar a unique marble appearance that’s really striking.

Specification
ManufacturerRedwood
Model AP-20S Acoustic Guitar
Top Material Solid Cedar
Back & Side Material Walnut
Fingerboard MaterialHardwood
Body ShapeParlour
ColourNatural
Guitar SizeFull
Number of Strings6
TunersDie-Cast
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Customer Reviews
Great Guitar for the Cash!
Posted on 17/03/2016 by DPS Never heard of Redwood Guitars I took a punt and yes I'm impressed this a great guitar for the money full stop! Solid cedar top, walnut back and sides for £79!! Its a comfortable guitar to play neck is great to action is low, the body is nicely finished no sharp frets etc there is some evidence of glue here and there but that can be excused at this price. The tone is warm and sweet sounding probably sweeter with a decent set of strings. This guitar is a keeper.
Great guitar at any price
Posted on 05/10/2015 by Lee The temptation with any guitar at this price point is to say great for the price. I bought it for home practice rather than having to lean over my dreadnought while sitting on the sofa. I have found it to be a great little guitar.

Firstly the build quality - Looking around this guitar it is clean and tidy an all places. There are no sharp edges on any of the frets and no fret buzzes anywhere on the neck.

Playability - It's really easy - nice action - nice string spacing - good as a finger picker or strummer. Have to say, I just enjoy playing it - and that is always the main thing for me.

Sound - This does not sound like a Gibson Hummingbird or Martin Dreadnought. But neither does the parlour sized Martin. It sounds like a good parlour. The string volume is pretty consistent and the tone is sweet. It gets a bit boxy when you dig in with a plectrum, but then again so does every other small bodied guitar I have ever played. It certainly is a pleasant guitar to play and to listen to. I am considering getting a decent electro system put into it, I like it so much and using it to replace my Farida Dreadnought that I use at the moment. I am a fairly small person (same height as Tom Cruise without the good looks and money,) so the smaller body is much better for me. If you want a guitar and don't have a lot of money to spend, I would have a look at these redwoods, I think you might be pleasantly surprised.
Pretty good!
Posted on 08/04/2015 by Ben This was my 2nd guitar and I've had it for years. It's now my backup acoustic (I mainly use a Farida Marina Mr10-cens and a Fender Squier Jaguar). It's a great guitar (especially for the price) with a great tone. It's extremely light and very accessible and great for finger picking. Despite it's small size, it's great for percussion and has a brilliant sound. If you're thinking of buying a guitar for around £150, then go for this! (It sounds even better with elixir strings!)
The most guitar for the price
Posted on 13/05/2014 by Picker This is really a stunning little secret winner, superb tone and voice for a parlour, able to compete with the dreadnoughts for volume when your work it. Excels for finger picking but no slouch for strumming and bluegrass style flat picking either. Originally purchased for my daughters lessons, I play this little gem all the time and might buy a couple more just to have around (and be able to leave one with my daughter more often...). This is a sweet guitar and the price is great.
Amazing value, stunning quality
Posted on 22/03/2012 by ukwoodman Looked at this Redwood guitar first at Dawsons. It sounds sweet, I liked the feel and build quality so I decided to view a few other parlour sized acoustics at Dawsons and a few other shops locally. I said to the assistant I’d be back if it was the best in its price class, thinking id find better for £150, well looked at others up to £270! I went back to Dawsons and had to take it on the chin I couldn’t find better PERIOD!

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