Atkin Guitars LG47

Incredible for fingerstyle. 

Thanks to Atkin’s scalloped bracing system, the LG47 produces a loud and healthy tone despite being a small bodied guitar. This, along with the choice of woods, make the Atkin LG47 not only great for fingerstyle, which is the bread and butter of this guitar, but also for flat picking, hybrid picking and light strumming when backing vocals for example. In hand, the LG47 feels light and fun to play. Atkin Guitars chose (wisely in our opinion) to feature on this guitar their standard C shape neck instead of the common baseball bat neck size found on vintage Gibson LG examples. In our opinion you will find the Atkin LG47 a great singer songwriter companion. We also think that this guitar will work well with an L.R Baggs system, should you decide to amplify your Atkin LG47 guitar down the road.

Atkin Guitars LG47 technical specifications

Manufacturer Atkin Guitars
Series Slope Shoulder
String Number 6
Body Type Family Concert
Body Type OO
Cutaway? No
Solid/Laminate Wood Solid Body, Solid Top
Top Material Torrified Sitka Spruce
Body Material Mahogany
Fretboard Material East-Indian Rosewood
Neck Material Mahogany
Number of Frets 19
Neck joint at 14th fret
Scale Length (inch) 24.87
Nut Width (inch) 1.69
Finish Sunburst
Amplification Unamplified
Pickup Active/Passive No Pickup
Left-Friendly? No
Left/Right Handed Right Handed
Made In UK

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