Epiphone Pro-1 Classical Nylon String Guitar in Natural Finish with Strap Lugs

The PRO-1 Classic is modeled after the world’s top classical guitars and features the same tonewoods used to make the best classical instruments. Classical guitars are renown for offering players incredible tone. And the PRO-1 Classic’s balanced sound and PRO features makes it easy for a new player to discover their unique “voice” on guitar.

The PRO-1 Classic has a Select Cedar top with beautiful 4-layer Black and Ivory binding and features all of the PRO Collection’s breakthrough innovations. Epiphone, one of the world’s oldest and most respected guitar makers, has just made playing and learning guitar easy for everyone.

Typically, classical guitars, especially performance level guitars, are played away from the body. Pure classical guitars are designed to resonate from the back and the front, and played on the knee while seated, using a foot rest. Thus they have no strap lugs. This particular guitar, has strap lugs. So it can be played with a strap, making it a great starter guitar for someone who wants to play folk style, and or plans to eventually move to a steel string guitar in the future.

$99.00

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Instrument Specifications

Refurbish Type: Factory Authorized Refurbished
Dexterity: Right Handed
Brand: Epiphone
Color: Natural
Guitar Type: Acoustic - Nylon String
Number Of Strings: 6
Guitar Scale: Full Scale

Description

Designed by Professionals to be easy to play
Creating a truly easy-to-play guitar wasn’t easy. Epiphone takes making a great guitar seriously, no matter what the player’s level. So, Epiphone rethought the guitar from top to bottom to make an instrument that anyone can play right away. The result is a truly “PRO” guitar that’s easy to play, easy to own, and most importantly, delivers the full, vibrant sound that Epiphone is known for. The PRO-1 Classic is the result of exhaustive analysis, numerous technological innovations, and suggestions from a “who’s who” of professional players.

Less fatigue
Wrap your hand around the PRO-1 Classical neck and you’ll immediately feel how comfortable it is. The new EZ-Profile neck is designed so your hand can easily form chords without feeling fatigued.

Effortless Fretting
Epiphone JumboPRO frets make fretting notes and chords seem effortless. JumboPRO frets are taller and wider than smaller frets. So, when you push down a string, it’s easier to make string contact with the fret with less hand fatigue and finger friction.

Shorter is Easier
Scale length is the distance from the saddle to the nut. The shorter the scale length, the “looser” the strings feel. Because the PRO-1’s scale length is almost 1″ shorter than most acoustic guitars, the strings are under less tension so you don’t have to press hard to get good tone. And – since the frets are closer together– making chords is easier!

Make friction fiction
String and fingerboard friction not only slows your playing but also can hurt. The PRO-Ease string and fingerboard coating provides sleek, smooth action with reduced string noise.

Features

Body

  • Guitar size: 4/4
  • Cutaway: Non-cutaway
  • Body type: Concert
  • Body depth: Reduced
  • Top wood: Cedar Solid
  • Back & sides: Mahogany Select
  • Bracing pattern: Custom
  • Body finish: Satin
  • Orientation: Right handed

Neck

  • Nut width: 1.75″ (44.45mm)
  • Neck Shape: D
  • Neck Wood: Mahogany
  • Joint: Glued-in
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale length: 25.6″
  • Number of frets: 18
  • Truss rod: Yes
  • Neck finish: Gloss
  • Other
  • Headstock overlay: Mahogany
  • Tuning machines: Deluxe
  • Rosette: Multi-colored
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Saddle & nut: GraphTech NuBone
  • Number of strings: 6-string

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