Cole Clark FL2EC 'Cedar of Lebanon'. This is a very special guitar indeed from...

by The Acoustic Centre December 14, 2015

Cole Clark FL2EC 'Cedar of Lebanon'. This is a very special guitar indeed from Cole Clark. While they have stuck with their trademark solid Blackwood back and sides, the top of this model is very rare Cedar of Lebanon.

A little known fact is that Cedar of Lebanon is the original 'true' Cedar used in the first ever classical guitars. It is often regarded as the best sounding soundboard timber out there but the fact that it is in such low supply means it is hardly ever seen anymore. The timber used for the top of this guitar was salvaged from fallen trees grown in Western Victoria.

The result is a great 'open' sounding dreadnought with a more pronounced mid-range than most Fat Lady's. It also has a lovely top-end sparkle. It looks fantastic as well - pickguard optional!

$2,299 inc case. Take it home today for $34 per week. Free shipping Australia wide - order direct from our website: http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/cole-clark-fl2ec-cedar-of-lebanon-blackwood-acoustic-guitar




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