Tanglewood: Crossroads Travel Acoustic Guitar - Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin

Instruments | Acoustic Guitar, Guitar

Publisher: Tanglewood
Series: Crossroads
Format: Instruments | Instrument
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.

With the Crossroads range, Tanglewood have created a fantastic series of entry level guitars. While being very affordable, their stylish “Whiskey Barrel Burst” satin finish give them a real vintage look. Available in several body shapes, this is a great place to start for a guitar with a great look and sound.

The TWCRT is a travel size guitar, total length of 850mm. The top, back and sides are made from Mahogany and feature the aforementioned “Whiskey Barrel Burst” satin finish. This is an excellent light and portable instrument for a great price.

  • SHAPE: Travel Size
  • TOP: Hand Selected Genuine Mahogany
  • BACK: Mahogany
  • SIDES: Mahogany
  • NECK (MATERIAL): Mahogany
  • FINGERBOARD: Tech Wood
  • BRIDGE: Tech Wood
  • BINDING: N/A
  • SADDLE: ABS White, Compensating
  • NUT (WIDTH): ABS White (43mm)
  • SCALE LENGTH: 580mm
  • MACHINE HEADS: Chrome Die Cast
  • FINISH: Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin
  • EQ: N/A
  • STRINGS: Bronze Light
Published on: 01 November 2016
Catalogue No: TWCRT
 
     
       

        Tanglewood: Crossroads Travel Acoustic Guitar - Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Build quality
        8.0
        Tone quality
        8.0
        Value for money
        9.0
        Overall rating
        8.0
        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        8 out of 10

        Linda

        Harrogate GB Plays guitar and lap
        +
        Lovely travel guitar . Small and lightweight.
        No travel gig bag
        Confirmed purchase: 01 October 2018
        Published on: 15 October 2018
        8 out of 10

        John

        Crawley GB Guitar guru
        +
        Well constructed 3/4 size acoustic guitar.
        For the price I don’t think you can complain.
        Confirmed purchase: 10 September 2018
        Published on: 24 September 2018