Silvertone 600 Series Reissue Acoustic Guitar

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    The Silvertone 600 model reissue features a solid Engelmann Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides for a well-balanced and articulate sound. The old ‘steel reinforced’ neck has been replaced with a modern two way adjustable truss rod, and the C-shape neck profile is comfortable and easy to get around on.

    Originally manufactured from the 1940’s through the 1970’s, the Silvertone 600 series is like holding a piece of American history in your hands. Silvertone modeled this beauty from their in house 1956 model 600.

    Silvertone 600 Series Reissue Acoustic Guitar Features

    • Orchestra Model body
    • Solid Engelmann Spruce top
    • X-style bracing
    • Mahogany back and sides
    • C-shape Nato Mahogany neck
    • Rosewood fingerboard (12” radius)
    • Nut width 1 11/16”
    • 20 fret, 25 1/2”scale
    • Dot inlay
    • Ivory single ply binding
    • Ivory pickguard
    • Chrome sealed tuners
    • Rosewood bridge

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  615-206-0077 Warranty:  Guitar Neck, Body, Top: Limited Lifetime; Other Materials and Workmanship: 10 Years; Electronics (if applicable): 1 Year
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    This is a great guitar for the money. I'm not an obsessive flattop acoustic afficionado and primarily play gypsy jazz on archtop Maccaferri-style acoustics and bebop jazz on electric archtops. I actually played one of these in a store on vacation outside of my state and would have purchased it there if not for the hassle of bringing it home on the plane. The sound seems well-balanced; not to twangy high or muddy bass-wise; more mids (like I prefer). Intonation is good and notes stay in tune moving all way up the fretboard. The overall finish of the guitar is very clean and polished. It doesn't feel blatantly "cheap" compared to my Jazz boxes and gypsy jazz guitars that cost 10-20 times more than this Silvertone. Fret edges are polished/rounded enough (something not typical for inexpensive guitars) so moving up and down the neck is pretty comfortable, but I did have the bridge shimmed because I prefer higher action 2.5-3mm at 12th fret. It looks cool too. I dig the retro yellow.
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