The legendary Cole Clark Fat Lady 2 has had a makeover for 2015! The first thing...

by The Acoustic Centre January 07, 2015

The legendary Cole Clark Fat Lady 2 has had a makeover for 2015! The first thing you'll notice is that the block inlays have been replaced with snowflakes. Why? Because it sounds better without the blocks. A neck with more wood actually improves the acoustic tone of the guitar. Another new feature is a handsome Blackwood fascia on the headstock. Add to that the same classic all-solid Aussie tone woods and world renowned three-way pickup system and you've got yourself a ripping guitar - all for under $2K.

$1,899 inc flight case or take it home today for $28 p/week on our rental programme. Order online now - free shipping included! http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/cole-clark-fl2ec-bunya-blackwood





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