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Kremona Rondo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Classical Guitar   

Product #H72433

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Solid spruce top, book-matched walnut back & sides, and a Fishman Cl¡sica III pickup system.

Handcrafted in Bulgaria, the Rondo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Classical Guitar represents the culmination of over 80 years of guitar building by Kremona. With a winning combination of solid and laminate woods and impeccable workmanship, this guitar will satisfy anyone looking for a quality nylon-string acoustic-electric guitar.

The Rondo Cutaway features book-matched walnut back and sides with a solid spruce top for a bright and full sound. The mahogany neck has a rosewood fingerboard and 25-5/8" scale length leading to a rosewood bridge.

Other refinements include a walnut headstock overlay, birch body binding, and fine natural birch purfling.

The Rondo Cutaway has a Fishman Cl¡sica III pickup system for acoustic accuracy when playing through an amplifier or PA. The Cl¡sica III system offers 3-band EQ, a phase switch to fight feedback, and an onboard tuner.

Kremona is a privately owned and operated facility in Bulgaria that employs more than 100 people and craftsman. In a modern world Kremona builds on its rich traditional history of workmanship and excellence. Using only the finest in local materials as well as imported materials Kremona continues to improve the look, feel and playability of its instruments from the comprehensive line of guitars to the specialized master violins and stringed instruments. Case sold separately.

  • Name: Rondo R65CW
  • Size: 4/4 Size, Scale length - 650 mm (25-5/8")
  • Top: Solid Spruce
  • Back: Walnut
  • Sides: Walnut
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Binding: Wooden
  • Electronics: Fishman Cl¡sica III system
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Case sold separately
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