Furch guitars have been at it again with their innovative approach to guitar design and, this time, they’ve really hit on something special. Have you ever wanted a guitar that sounded classical but felt like a steel string?
If so, then this is the guitar for you.
The GNc 2-SW is a gorgeous classical-style steel string hybrid that combines the best of both worlds to create an instrument that’s truly worth the premium price.
When creating the Grand Nylon Series, it’s clear that Furch wanted to do something a little different. With that in mind, they combined the unmistakable classical guitar sound with the ergonomic design features of a steel string. The result is a classical that’s easy to play and has a beautifully authentic sound.
In terms of materials, the GNc 2 CW sports a solid Black walnut body, a Sitka Spruce top and a natural Satin finish. It looks gorgeous and it sounds gorgeous, but how does it feel to play?
Quite frankly, this hybrid guitar is a delight to play. Furch set out to build a classical with a focus on comfort and they absolutely nailed it. As far as we’re concerned, you will not find a more comfortable nylon string guitar on the market.
Of course, fully trained classical players may beg to differ, but if you’re looking to make the switch from a steel string and don’t want to have to adapt to the new shape then this guitar is perfect for you.
All that being said, those are just our opinions. We love this guitar and we think you will too, but for a truly unbiased sound review, you’ll have to give it a listen. Fortunately, you can do just that right here at TonePedia.
|Body Type Family||Classical 4/4|
|Body Type||Grand Nylon|
|Solid/Laminate Wood||Solid Body, Solid Top|
|Top Material||Sitka Spruce|
|Body Material||Black Walnut|
|Neck Material||African Mahogany|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Neck joint at||12th fret|
|Scale Length (inch)||25.59|
|Nut Width (inch)||1.77|
|Pickup Active/Passive||No Pickup|
|Left/Right Handed||Right Handed|
|Made In||Czech Republic|