NTX1200R Acoustic-Electric Classical Guitar Natural

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A killer classical 6-string, able to deliver everything from subtle fingerpicking to flatpick solos.

Reviews (4)

    1 year, 8 months ago at Guitar Center

    5.0 / 5.0

    Outstanding build quality, solid woods throughout, good elctronics, great sound...mine needed set-up by my tech,thats to be exspected, best crossover nylon on the market for the money, better than many Taylors costing three times as much,nice case,it is a pro instrument..the string spacing is a little tight but I`m starting to like it. Everything says quality.

  • Paul
    2 years, 11 months ago at Guitar Center
    Hemet, Ca

    5.0 / 5.0

    Nice workmanship and materials. Feels comfortable and smooth to play. If you are a nylon string guitarist you may have to get used to the narrower neck! One of the beauties of this guitar is in the pickups, therefore not a lot of dynamics from the top but does produce a clear sweet sound unplugged. The action was a little high out of the box so I had a local guitar tec lower the bridge! This is personal taste! The intination is a little off at the 12 fret but nothing more than a guitar at this price would usual be. Overall I love this guitar and would highly recommend it

  • Mike
    4 years ago at Guitar Center
    Fenton, MO

    5.0 / 5.0

    I purchased this guitar after playing a Taylor and Cordoba. The reason I went with this guitar was mainly because of the pickup system. It uses two contact pickups and with the preamp sounds superior to piezo systems. Alot more natural sounding. The guitar also plays wonderfully and the small body is easy to hold. Allowing me to play it for an extended time without fatigue. The guitar is also all solid woods and the craftmanship is outstanding. This guitar works great for chord melody and soloing but for playing classical pieces the string spacing is a little too close. All in all I'm very happy with this guitar and would buy it again.

  • Ian Harris
    4 years ago at Guitar Center
    Philadelphia, PA

    5.0 / 5.0

    I traditionally play rock music on an electric guitar or western-style acoustic guitar; however, after seeing Rodrigo y Gabriela play, I had to get my hands on a classical guitar. I researched the guitar that they say they use exclusively and I found this: a truly unique guitar. Although classical, it has a more narrow neck than most classical guitars, a thin body, and a cut-away. I immediately ordered it, but had to wait 8 months before getting it. It finally came and it was worth the wait. When holding it, you can feel the quality of the instrument. One word comes to mind: smooth. That's how it plays and sounds. It's perfect for classical, flamenco, jazz, and rock.