Tanglewood Crossroads TWCR OE orchestral electro-acoustic guitar - whiskey barrel burst

Orchestral body shape

Product code: TWCROE Manufacturer: Tanglewood
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FEATURES

  • Mahogany top with mahogany back and sides
  • Techwood fingerboard and bridge
  • ABS nut and saddle
  • Tanglewood TW-EX4 electronics
  • Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin finish
Product code: TWCROE Manufacturer: Tanglewood
Description

The Crossroads series pays homage to the style and sound of classic instruments from 1930’s America.
Michael Sanden selected the timbers, making the tops a precise measurement so they flex and respond to the players attack. He then braced the instrument with his own patterns to give each guitar its own personality. He wanted to make a guitar that would have the sound that any musician, professional or amateur could appreciate. To make the guitar look authentic to the 1930’s era, Michael added a dark stain to the timbers that we call Whiskey Barrel to make the Crossroads look historic and simply elegant.

This particular Crossroads TWCR OE model is supplied in an attractive Vintage Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin finish and features an Orchestra body shape with a hand selected mahogany top and mahogany back and sides. The neck is mahogany with Techwood fingerboard and bridge. Hardware consists of a white ABS nut and saddle, chrome die cast machine heads and light gauge bronze strings. Finally, this electo-acoustic model is fitted with Tanglewood TW-EX4 electronics, featuring pre-amp and pick-up sensor.

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