BE €.1800 Stephen Eden Cadenza spruce 2016, Ghent

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BE €.1800 Stephen Eden Cadenza spruce 2016, Ghent

Post by JohnyZuper » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:24 am

Kent Guitar Classics 'Cadenza' model
Luthier: Stephen Eden
Year: 2016
Scale: 64cm with 19 frets on an ebony fingerboard
Neck Width: 51.5 mm at the nut with 42 mm string spacing.
Front: European spruce of good quality in 7-fan-strut construction with an attractive, hand-crafted rosette of concentric rings of different thicknesses and colours, rosewood bridge with bone-edged tie-block, and bone saddle. The front is shellac french-polished.
Body: East Indian rosewood of good, well-seasoned quality; solid of course, with no or minimal decoration in terms of centre-strip, purfling and decorative bindings. The body is shellac french-polished.
Neck: central American cedar
Tuners: Rubner with Munich-shaped sideplates and black buttons fitted on a rosewood-faced head
Weight: 1485 grams typically
Body length:- 486 mm.
Top bout:- 276 mm wide & 95 mm deep.
Waist:- 235 mm
Bottom bout:- 364 mm wide & 98 mm deep.

Case: Pod rigid foam guitar case with black fabric exterior and silver blue interior.

Condition: much played, only minor nail marks
Price: 1800 Euros
Viewing & trial possible in Ghent, Belgium

Cadenza.jpg

sound sample

The objective of this Kent Guitar Classics model is to offer an artisan-made, hand-built guitar with good quality materials, hand finished and set up very well, with professional 'concert guitar' quality sound and projection ... but at much reduced price for those able, ambitious players who, needing a really good instrument, are unable to afford the more expensive instruments.

Made in England by Stephen Eden Guitars, the materials, craftsmanship and sound qualities are at the highest level ... but all the time-consuming and costly cosmetic details that do nothing for sound, are cut right down to significantly reduce cost. These are the very opposite of so many guitars on the market that are all glitzy appearance and little substance in terms of real sound.

These Cadenza guitars have a crisp, clear, sustaining quality combined with good depth of bass and facilitate a wide variety of tone colour
http://www.kentguitarclassics.com/class ... enza-model
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