With the list of sub-£150 electro-acoustics being diminutive to say the least, and the amount of those being left handed even fewer, or close to non-existent, the Redwood RD110CEL Left Handed Electro Acoustic Guitar is a welcome addition. However, it doesn’t rely on its scarcity to sell but instead offers quality components to prove a worthy competitor to more expensive alternatives.
The Redwood RD110CEL Left Handed Electro Acoustic Guitar employees the ever-popular guitar shape, dreadnought, for its volume, resonance and ability to be used in most genres. Making up the dreadnought shape is the classic combination of a spruce top and mahogany back & sides. The spruce provides a clear, bright tone, while the mahogany pushes the guitar’s natural projection even further, along with bringing extra emphasis to the mid-range.
The body of the Redwood RD110CEL Left Handed Electro Acoustic Guitar is coated with a high gloss, to give it nice sheen and to protect it. It also boasts a 1.5mm ABS binding and a triple ABS rosette.
The Redwood RD110CEL Left Handed Electro Acoustic Guitar sports a nato neck, topped by a composite fingerboard, which is matched by a composite bridge.
Allowing you to hook the Redwood RD110CEL Left Handed Electro Acoustic Guitar up to an amplifier or PA system is an EQ-7545R preamp with pickup. This also gives you onboard control of your tone and volume levels, including: a Volume rotary control, a 3-band EQ comprised of Bass, Middle and Treble sliders, and a Presence slider control. There is also a quick release battery compartment, for easy battery replacement, and a simple push button and LED combination that indicates the battery level.
Manufacturer Redwood Model RD110CEL Top Material Spruce Back & Side Material Mahogany Neck Material Nato Fingerboard Material Composite Body Shape Dreadnought-Cutaway Pickups EQ-7545R4 Guitar Size Full Number of Strings 6 Pickguard Black Colour Natural
- Good bright tone guitar
So i put on 11's which felt better for me. The high harmonic notes had more sustain to them after my restringing.
I did not use the EQ much but it works well got a free pp9 bat as well.
I Had to file down The fret ends As they were sharp ... the neck was straight tuners were okay after stretching the strings Once Again
Overall.. a very nice affordable Electro Acoustic ..Recommended
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