Giving beginner guitar players the choice to play purely acoustically or plugged into an amp, the Redwood RD110 CE Electro Acoustic Guitar offers a wallet-friendly, quality alternative to the severely limited selection of sub-£150 electro acoustics available. Utilising the popular dreadnought guitar shape, before even plugging the Redwood RD-110CE Electro Acoustic in, it is a loud guitar with plenty of resonance, an easy-to-handle size and a sound that lends itself well to just about any genre of music. The guitar also has a cutaway, which gives easier access to the upper frets.
The Redwood RD-110CE Electro Acoustic Guitar is made up of a spruce top and mahogany back & sides. This classic combination offers the player a clear and bright but meaty tone from the spruce, while the mahogany draws out the mid-range and enhances projection.
Protecting the guitar and giving it an alluring sheen, the body of the Redwood RD110CE Electro Acoustic has been coated with a high gloss. It also boasts a 1.5mm ABS binding and a triple ABS rosette.
Joined to the body of the Redwood RD110CE Guitar is a nato neck, topped with a sonokelin fingerboard, which is matched by a sonokelin bridge.
Giving the Redwood RD 110CE Electro Acoustic Guitar the ability to be hooked up to an amplifier or PA system is the EQ-7545R preamp with pickup. Along with a quick release battery compartment and connectivity for a ¼” jack lead, this addition also gives you sound options straight from the guitar. These include: a Volume rotary control, a 3-band EQ comprised of Bass, Middle and Treble sliders, and a Presence slider control. There is also a simple push button and LED combination that indicates the battery level.
Manufacturer Redwood Model RD110CE Electro Acoustic Guitar Top Material Spruce Back & Side Material Mahogany Neck Material Nato Fingerboard Material Sonokelin Body Shape Dreadnought Cutaway Colour Natural Pickups EQ-7545R Guitar Size Full Number of Strings 6 Tuners Chrome Scale Length 25-1/2" Pickguard Black
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