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Kremona Fiesta F65CW-SB Cutaway Classical Guitar
Handcrafted with a solid German spruce top and solid Indian rosewood for the back and sides, Fiesta F65CW-SB is a stage-ready cutaway version of one of Kremona’s all-time favorite models.
Equipped with a Fishman preamp and dual-source pickup system, Fiesta F65CW-SB offers a balanced sound with rich lows and focused midrange tones that are great for classical, jazz and pop, with a traditional 52mm neck width for a familiar feel.
Top: Solid European Spruce
Back: Solid Indian Rosewood
Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
Neck: Honduras Cedar
Fret Markers: V, VII, XII
Tuners: gold with authentic rosewood buttons
Electronics: Fishman Prefix Pro Blend
Hardshell Case Included
Made in Bulgaria
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This guitar that I recently purchased is a lovely guitar, however it does not stay in tune. I purchases a classical guitar that came destroyed in the mail. I have been playing guitar for 45 years. I have a Takamine classical guitar that stays perfectly in tune and I just had a set up.
Thank you very much for your review, Vincent.
I'm sorry you're having trouble keeping your guitar in tune! This is not a function of the guitar, but the strings. The Ernie Ball ball-end strings you requested be added to your guitar are low-end strings and also the ball-end can cause the strings to take longer to settle in than a traditional tie end string. For better strings, I'd recommend either the Savarez Alliance 540J or the Savarez Corum 500CJ. These sets will also give you a better tone than the Ernie Ball strings.
If you have any questions about this or if you think I can help in any way, please let me know.
After some 40 years of playing strickly steel strings I decided to add a classical/nylon string guitar to my collection. Following weeks of searching, researching and listening to numerous recordings of mid-level classicals I narrowed my selections to the Kremona Fiesta F65CW-SB and the Alhambra 5PCT. As luck would have it I came acoss Xguitars and the Kremona was on sale. After a phone call and several email exchanges with Geoff I purchased the Kremona which I received securely packaged within 5 days of placing the order. I've been playing it for about 3 weeks now and I'm very pleased with the tone and playability. The F65CW-SB came with Royal Classic Sonata strings but I will be trying some alternate strings, Savarez 549J (suggested by Geoff) and D'Addario EJ46TT (based on internet reviews), to see how they effect clarity, volume, sustain, ect. As a note, the RC Sonata's that came on the guitar showed some signs of wear - i.e., some roughness at the higher frets on the trebles. There are a couple other things that I've noticed. These appear to be workmanship issues that hopefully are only aesthetic and will not become structual issues down the road. First there is a slight offset at the joint where the neck and heel come together. The second issue is the binding in that same area. The mitre joint where the horizontal and vertical bindings come together is misaligned/offset. See the attached picture. These issues aside, the Kremona is an intrument that is beautiful to the eye and beautiful to the ear and I look forward to playing, celebrating, and enjoying music with it for years to come. Thank you Geoff and thank you Xguitars.
For the past 17 years, I have been playing a low end student nylon string guitar. This spring, I decided to treat myself and purchase a new guitar.
After quite a bit of research I decided on the Kremona F65CW Fiesta with spruce top. I made the order on XGuitars and within a week, I received my new guitar.
The guitar was carefully packed for shipping. I opened the Kremona case and my jaw dropped when I saw this beauty.
I play fingerstyle pieces that range from blues to original pieces by Indie writers. I do not play classical music.
With that in mind, I immediately sat down with my new guitar and started playing my favorite pieces. I was struck with the richer sounds and tones my Kremona had over my older guitar.
I love this guitar and can see spending countless hours playing it.
If you are in search of a unique guitar, you can’t go wrong with the Kremona brand nor with XGuitars.