Squier SP1 Parlor Acoustic Guitar  

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Excellent value for the fledgling guitarist.

The SP1 Parlor acoustic guitar has a 3/4 sized body, chrome tuners, and a rosewood fingerboard. The full-featured SP1 is sized and priced for the younger student and it's made by Squier!

Features

  • Body Style: 3/4 size parlor
  • Top: Laminated Spruce
  • Back & Sides: laminated Mahogany
  • No. of frets:18 /12 open
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Inlays: Dot
  • Binding: Black
  • Rosette: Ringed
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Pickguard: None
  • Finish: Satin
  • Tuners: Chrome

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SquierSP1 Parlor Acoustic Guitar
 
4.7

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4.0

Good for the money.

By gip

from NJ

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about Squier SP1 Parlor Acoustic Guitar:

    I was a bit shocked by its size since I never saw or played a parlor guitar before, once I got over the size and started playing it, it became easier to play than most full size acoustics. Build is very good, actually flawless with the exception of sharp fret ends which I corrected with a small file, tuners feel ok and the guitar looks awesome and it is very lightweight, neck is straight and both saddle and nut are made of synthetic bone (not plastic).
    Sound... it does have a bit of a boxy sound to it but I guess it is to be expected from a small plywood box. Intonation was off, action was high, strings at the nut and saddle were very high, it seems short scale guitars are more sensitive to this. I took my time setting it up and I now have the action very low with no fret buzz, now the intonation is right on the money on every fret with every string.
    Overall, with a little work and a new set of light strings I love this little guitar. Perhaps I'm not being fair comparing it with full size dreadnoughts and I'm not sure how it would compare with other parlor guitars this size.
    For me, its very easy to play, intonation is great, every note is right on the money and it is very comfortable to use and that is a big plus for me, makes me want to practice more often.

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    5.0

    Great little guitar!

    By Heidi-wSS9U

    from Juneau, AK

    Comments about Squier SP1 Parlor Acoustic Guitar:

    While working in a temporary position in Alaska, I was unable to bring my guitar with me. After going through withdrawls, I bought this little one to tide me over until I completed my term. I was very impressed by the sound and found that the size didn't take long to get used to. Especially great for blues or bluegrass songs. Great guitar for the money!

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    (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Take it along for the ride

    By Meach

    from San Antonio, TX

    Comments about Squier SP1 Parlor Acoustic Guitar:

    I bought this guitar to take to the park or camping...stuff like that. The open chords sound as good on this Squire as on any "parlor" size guitar I've played. The strings are spaced nicely for a short scale. It holds it's own on the low end, and can get some nice blues progressions going. I'm not much of a finger stylist, but I saw a guitar salesman work this model pretty good. I like this guitar for the reasons I stated. It's not just for children. Nice hardware, finish, bridge, fretboard and sound.

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