If there’s one thing Furch guitars are known for more than anything else, it’s their premium quality. These beautiful, well-made instruments are the definition of quality acoustic guitars and you’ll find no better example of that than the Furch Red Deluxe Gc-SR.
This traditional style Auditorium bodied acoustic is certainly easy on the eye, but that’s nothing compared to its warm, resonant sound.
Here at TonePedia, we do usually place a focus on the sound – and you can hear for yourself just how incredible this guitar sounds – but we simply have to take a moment to talk about just how nice this guitar looks. From the elegant double rosette to the mother of pearl inlays, more than any other Furch guitar, this instrument is a treat for the eyes.
The Furch Red Deluxe Gc-SR carefully combines the perfect materials to create an exquisite tone from a gorgeously ornamented instrument. Furthermore, the Grand Auditorium body design is great for most styles and the cutaway comes in handy for any guitars who like to head north of the 12th fret. At the end of the day, it’s hard not to gush about just how great the Red Deluxe is.
Like most other Furch electro-acoustics, this guitar is equipped with the L.R. Baggs audio system meaning that you can plug in and hear the Red Deluxe in all its glory.
In terms of price, Furch are still determined that nobody doubt their premium brand status. While prices vary depending on the retailer, right now the average sale price is approaching $4000.
Is it worth the money?
Well, as always that’s up to you to decide, but if you want a really unbiased sound review, then be sure to give this guitar a listen here on TonePedia.
|Body Type Family
|Solid Body, Solid Top
|Master Grade Sitka Spruce
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