The Furch Green series in the SR variant is a full-mass acoustic guitar made from Sitka spruce and Indian rosewood. They feature a rich, balanced sound and an attractive appearance accentuated by a range of sophisticated details.
The Full-Pore High-Gloss finish, a full-pore, high-gloss varnish, improves the acoustic properties of the guitars, provides excellent surface protection and enhances the natural texture of the wood. Furch CNR System two-way neck bracing increases the strength, stability and durability of the neck. The excellent acoustic properties of the instruments are enhanced by the special ribbing on the soundboard.
The look of Furch Green guitars is suitably complemented by an ivory fretboard with five layers of black and white contrasting lines and a double-ring rosette with black walnut inlay. The transparent pickguard lets the natural grain of the wood stand out while not affecting the resonance of the soundboard. Orientation on the ebony fingerboard is facilitated by white mother-of-pearl side and front position markers. The chrome-plated company mechanics with a gear ratio of 1:18 guarantee precise and stable tuning.
The Master's Choice instruments are fitted with high-quality LR Baggs Stagepro Element electronics with an underdrive pickup. The preamp with installation in the guitar's neck also offers an integrated tuner, a three-band equalizer, a notch filter for feedback suppression and a phase reversal button.
The guitar comes in a quality Hiscox case.
Few Czech products have the worldwide reputation of Furch guitars. The company started in 1981 in one of the many garages of socialist Czechoslovakia, still illegal at the time. Today, the company's acoustic guitars are played by Suzanne Vega, Glen Hansard, David Knopfler, Aneta Langerová, David Koller, Xavier Baumaxa and many others. Furch guitars are best advertised by their reputation.
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