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"Julia Florida" by Agustin Barrios (Guitarist: Brad Earnhardt)©XGuitars Inc.
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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: Laminated Indian Rosewood
Neck: Honduras Cedar
Tuners: gold with authentic rosewood buttons
Electronics: Fishman Prefix Pro Blend
Hardshell Case Included
Made in Bulgaria
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.