Yamaha GC22 Grand Concert Classical Guitar

Available with either Solid Cedar or Solid Spruce top, Includes semi-hard case

 
GC22 Grand Concert Classical Guitar
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  • With Solid Cedar Top, Includes Semi-Hard Case

    GC22C Grand Concert Classical Guitar...

    With Solid Cedar Top, Includes Semi-Hard Case

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    £938.00
    ( SRP: £999.00 )
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  • With Solid Spruce Top, Includes Semi-Hard case

    GC22S Grand Concert Classical Guitar...

    With Solid Spruce Top, Includes Semi-Hard case

    In stock
    £938.00
    ( SRP: £999.00 )
    Selected

Key benefits compared to other products

A rich, pure tone, powerful projection and a design you feel immediately at home playing; the handcrafted GC22 is a stunning guitar to play and to listen to. 

Overview

A solid spruce or cedar top and solid rosewood back and sides are the basis for the class-leading GC22 Classical Guitar, which offers a carefully balanced, sweet-sounding tone with rich bass and clear highs.

Developed with knowledge gained from decades of handcrafting experience, the GC Series is the ultimate classical guitar range. Carefully crafted from hand-chosen solid tonewoods, every GC Series guitar shows all the hallmarks of a world-class instrument, thanks to our luthiers' incredible skill and attention to detail. 

Whether you choose the warm sweet tone of the ceder-topped GC22C or the clear rich resonance of the spruce-topped GC22S, either guitar can provide a lifetime of exquisite tone and playability.

Specs

TopSolid Spruce or American Cedar
BackSolid Rosewood
SideSolid Rosewood
NeckAfrican Mahogany
FingerboardEbony
BridgeRosewood
Body Depth94-100mm
Nut Width52mm (Urea)
String Length650mm
TunersYTM-81
FinishPolyester Gloss (Neck: Matte)
Standard AccessarySemi Hard Case
Product IDYAM-GC22-GTR-SUPER
Limited Shipping We are only able to deliver this item within the UK, Republic of Ireland and Republic of Malta.

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