Kepma ES36-E Semi Acoustic Travel Guitar
The Kepma ES36-E Semi-Acoustic Guitar is the perfect travel companion for musicians of all levels. Its compact size makes it easy to take with you wherever you go, and its professional-quality tone ensures that you'll be able to make beautiful music even when you're on the go. Whether you're a beginner just starting out on your musical journey or an experienced musician looking for a great travel guitar, the Kepma ES36-E is a perfect choice.
- 36 Inches Travel Guitar
- Series E of Kepma
- Top :AA Grade Laminated Sitka Spruce
- Back & Sides: Sapele inside and Agathis outside
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Mahogany neck / C profile
- Anti Rust coated strings
- Top Thickness is 2.7mm±0.2mm
- Dove Tail Neck Joint
- Nut, saddle and bridge pins are ABS
- Scale Length – 596.9mm
- Nut Width - 43mm, 54mm ( 1-14 fret )
- Frets - 20 frets
- String - Kepma string 012 - 053
- Satin Finish
- ABS Rosette and binding
- 2 way adjustable truss rod
- Allen key included
- Padded Gig bag Included
- Pickup- Kepma K1- 4 Band Eq + Tuner
Good value for money
Really good value-for-money guitar. Ideal for practice and traveling :-)
An absolute treasure
The finish is flawless, the build is sturdy yet light, and the sound is amazing.
Better than expectedBetter than expected
It fits comfortably when I am sitting in my recliner and sounds better than some guitars that are twice the price. You might want some better strings and a setup, but it is nice out of the box.
Wow! Just wow!
This guitar sounds absolutely great out of the box with a perfect setup and all frequencies ringing out clearly! Just love it!
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