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Kepma EAC-E K10 TransAcoustic Guitar
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Kepma Launches New Premium Transacoustic guitars Transacoustic now affordable !!! Kepma brings the premium E series electro acoustic Transacoustic guitar range at pocket friendly prices. Play all effects without PLUGGING IN! The Kepma EAC is built with traditional combination of high quality laminated tone woods that projects good sound characteristics with strong and durable built construction.
- Grand Auditorium Cutaway Design Body
- Series - E Of KEPMA
- AA Grade Laminated Sitka spruce top
- AA Grade Laminated African mahogany back & sides
- Premium Die - Cast KEPMA machine heads
- Mahogany Neck / C shape
- Rosewood fretboard
- Rosewood bridge
- Anti Rust coated strings
- Standard x scalloped bracing
- Top Thickness is 2.7mm±0.2mm
- Dove Tail neck joint
- Nut, saddle and bridge pins are ABS
- Scale Length - 650mm
- Nut Width - 43mm, 54mm ( 1-14 fret )
- Frets - 20 frets
- Fret Material - Albata ( 1.0 * 2.0 MM )
- String - Kepma String 012 - 053
- Satin Finish
- ABS Rosette and binding
- Pick up - Kepma K-10 Transacoustic ®
- 2 way Adjustable Truss Rod
- Kepma Cable included
- Allen key included
- Transacoustic EQ developed by Double® for kepma with Chorus , delay , reverb , hall and room!
The Kepma EAC Grand Auditorium acoustic guitar body style is characterized by its versatility. It is well-suited for both fingerstyle and strumming techniques, making it a popular choice for a wide range of musicians. The Grand Auditorium is also comfortable to play for extended periods of time, thanks to its well-balanced design. If you're looking for an acoustic guitar that can do it all, then Kepma EAC grand auditorium acoustic guitar is a great option.
Kepma EAC has a cutaway design this allows the guitarist to have better access to the higher frets on the neck. Cutaway guitars are popular among many styles of music, including rock, blues, and jazz. Many famous guitarists have played cutaway guitars, including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and George Harrison.
Sitka Spruce Top
Sitka spruce is one of the most popular and commonly used woods for guitar tops. It is prized for its lightweight, strength and stiffness, which makes it an excellent tonewood. Sitka spruce is also very resonant, which gives it superior acoustic properties.
Mahogany Back & Sides
The Kepma EAC acoustic guitar has a more balanced tone when it is made with mahogany back and sides. The sound of the guitar is not as "boomy" as it is with other woods, so the midrange frequencies are more pronounced. This gives the guitar a "punchier" sound that is well-suited for rhythm playing. Mahogany is also a very durable wood, so it will withstand the rigours of touring and gigging. If you're looking for an acoustic guitar that has a great all-around sound, then one with mahogany back and sides is a good choice.
Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
Kepma EAC Guitars with rosewood fretboards and bridges offer a number of benefits for players. Rosewood is a strong wood that helps to create guitars that are durable and long-lasting and the natural finish of rosewood helps to give guitars a beautiful and classy appearance