Gibson L-200 Emmylou Harris
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Sound only improves over time, breaks in nicely. Action is excellent, feels comfortable to work with. Sound production is rich and warm, nothing missing.
The Cons:Has a 25.5 scale, not ideal for those who prefer a short scale length.
The Gibson L-200 EmmyLou Harris is a classic six-string acoustic guitar that has a unique look and sound because of the quality materials it's constructed with. A high-quality model, the guitar has a 14-fret body style and a Solid Sitka spruce top and Mahogany neck that has an extremely comfortable feel to it.
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To go with the Flamed Maple back and sides, the instrument has a Rosewood fingerboard and a Rosewood headplate. Part of the Small Body series, the acoustic guitar is smaller than previous models and creates a powerful and natural sound.
- Six-string acoustic guitar
- 14-fret body style
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Flamed Maple back and sides
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood headplate
- Rosewood fingerboard
User Reviews (1)
sound only improves over time, breaks in nicely
action is excellent, feels comfortable to work with
sound production is rich and warm, nothing missing
delicate detailing and carefully rendered finish, no touch-ups needed
balances sweetness and clarity with a good amount of power
stays in tune well over the course of a performance
has a 25.5 scale, not ideal for those who prefer a short scale length
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