Furch Yellow Series OM-CR Acoustic Guitar
The Furch Yellow CR guitar features a soundboard from carefully selected western red cedar and back and sides from high-quality Indian rosewood. Discreet amber appointments combined with premium tonewoods lend Furch Yellow CR instrument an attractive classy look. Cedar produces a warm and round timbre that translates into a very balanced sound that is suitable for versatile multipurpose instrument.
Sound is the most important consideration for Furch guitars. Their excellent acoustic qualities are the result of state-of-the art technologies, proprietary production processes and precision craftsmanship combined with the use of the best available tonewoods, that’s why the Furch Yellow CR guitar is no fluke. Thanks to the quality of materials that make Furch guitars, Furch’s Yellow CR guitar has a crystalline clear, harmonically rich, balanced, and highly dynamic sound across the entire tonal spectrum.
Alongside Furch’s proprietary techniques, one of their CNR high precision, dual-action truss rods maintains neck stability and allows for fine adjustment of the neck relief, bilaterally. The truss rod is housed in a highly rigid carbon casing which enables a very smooth and controlled neck relief, ensuring the best playability and enduring optimal setup.
Fantastic sound aside, the guitar also looks gorgeous. The soundboard of Furch Yellow CR guitar owes its stylish look to a combination of purfling featuring five black and white contrasting lines and artificial tortoise binding with a white contrasting line, the soundhole is adorned by a rosette featuring a double ring with green abalone inlays and a black and white line, a transparent pickguard that allows the natural beauty of the wood to shine through, and white pearl side position dots combined with Eclipse fingerboard inlays, featuring a thin white pearl contour line, improve fingerboard orientation and enhance the guitar’s exclusive appearance.
Also included is a High Rigidity Hiscox Hard-shell case, offering maximum protection during transport due to polyurethane insulating foam that shields the instrument from changes in external climatic conditions.