- 1085 days ago
My pride and joy, sadly no longer played due to not having enough time. I'm keen to see it go to another home and be played - I've never actually plugged it in which is a real shame.
Cost me £399 when new.
It has a few minor scratches back and front - nothing you wouldn't expect from infrequent playing. Plus one very small dent (hence lower price)
This really is a great looking and playing guitar and it deserves to be played more often.
Just put a new set of ernie ball super slinkies on it.
Any questions please email or call
want to know how it sounds- search you tube for: 'Crafter CT-120-TBK Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again'
and theres a great crafter video.
Heres the spec:
The Crafter CT-120/N (in blue) electrro acoustic classical guitar comes from the superb Thin Line city series and features solid wood back and sides with a spruce top.
Crafter offers unsurpassed value for money offering an instrument that looks and plays as though it should cost a hell of a lot more.The playability and looks of these guitars has to be seen to be appreciated. The choice of timbers, hardware ,electronics and quality of workmanship creates a stunning guitar that quite honestly has no competition. The name crafter has become highly respected in the guitar industry and named brands choose Crafter to manufacture their guitars.
MODEL NAME CT120/N
BODY STYLE Thin Line
BACK Solid wood
SIDES Solid wood
WIDTH AT NUT 43mm
FRET BOARD Indian Rosewood
SCALE LENGTH 647.70mm
NO. OF FRETS 21
MACHINE HEADS Chrome diecast
BRIDGE Indian Rosewood
UNIQUE FEATURES Bolt-on Neck Joint