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Description

The khaya, also known as African mahogany, which makes up the soundboard and body of this guitar, was chosen for its singular sound characteristics: muted bass, very present midrange and delicate treble which produce an incomparable tonal balance. Consequence: the three versions of the T90 (dreadnought, auditorium and parlor formats) deliver a warm and deep sound that fans of blues and roots music will appreciate, whatever their style of play: picking, rhythm or solo. A rare guitar designed for those who cannot be satisfied with the ordinary.

Specifications:
- Table: solid khaya
- Back & sides: khaya
- Finish: shiny
- Bridge: brownwood
- Nut: offset in black graphite / 72 mm
- Handle: khaya - satin finish
- Adjustment rod: double direction
- Fingerboard: brownwood
- Frets: 20 - silver nickel
- Scale: 650 mm
- Head: brownwood - logo inlaid with maple
- Mechanical: in oil bath, satin black, 1:18 ratio
- Head nut: black graphite / 43 mm
- Strings: D'Addario EXP

- Preamp: DirectLâg HD
Brand reference number:GLA T90DCE
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