Aria APSTDII Parlour Acoustic Guitar

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    Product Description

    An affordable parlour guitar with a very big sound, the Aria APSTDII Parlour Acoustic Guitar is great for beginners and students of acoustic guitar.

    The APSTDII is a slightly smaller acoustic guitar great for times when space is limited, but full sound is needed. Features include a solid spruce top, mahogany neck, back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and chrome hardware. The 25.5 inch (648 mm) scale length gives the player a tight low end and very chimey top. The beautiful design and finish of this guitar will have you sounding, and looking, good.

    Aria APSTDII Features

    • Solid spruce top
    • Mahogany back and sides
    • Mahogany neck
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • 25.5 inch (648 mm) scale length
    • Rosewood bridge
    • Chrome Hardware

    About Aria
    Aria was founded in 1956 by Mr. Shiro Arai. The first instruments that Aria manufactured were classical guitars, which rapidly became popular in the world-wide guitar community. Building upon that initial success, Aria expanded their product line to include electric instruments and an impressive array of acoustic instruments.

    Today, Aria's headquarters are located in beautiful Nagoya, Japan with their products currently being distributed to 65 countries all around the world, making them one of the most recognizable brand names today. Over the years many great musicians, like Neil Schon, Yngwie Malmsteen, John Taylor and Cliff Burton, to name just a few, have enjoyed great success playing Aria instruments.

    Aria's success comes from the simple fact that they always put the player first in everything they do.

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