The APC 1C classical guitar is an excellent instrument to be present in the lives of musicians of all levels and styles. Made in Portugal.
The APC 1C is a resistant and comfortable classical guitar, perfect for those just starting out on this instrument or to have it at home always at hand when the desire to make music arises. Whether for bossa nova, classical music, flamenco, or pop, this guitar is a simple and versatile instrument for all occasions.
Manufactured with the mastery of APC artisans, the APC 1C classical guitar has a solid cedar top, sapelie back and sides, a wood originally from West Africa, denser than mahogany, much appreciated for being stable even with variations in humidity, which allows for casual and relaxed use, in addition to taking it anywhere.
The neck is in mahogany, with a very comfortable cut, perfect for those who are still developing the technique. The fingerboard, in African black wood, is made to be used intensively for a long time.
The APC 1C has a glossy finish and a classic, very simple look. But this guitar also shines in sound, defined and with good projection.
APC was created in 1976 by the hand of António Pinto Carvalho, to specialize in the construction of chordphones. It was at the age of 10 that its founder began to learn the art of making guitars and cavaquinhos, by his grandfather's hand.
Today, it is the largest national company in the field, with around 45 artisans, who give authenticity and a personal touch to each instrument, manufactured with the most advanced construction technology, for greater precision and rigor. Modernity and tradition are the key to this company that proudly promotes the Portuguese cultural tradition.
The APC 1C is a guitar for guitarists of all types and levels who like to have a guitar close at hand, for learning or fun.
- back and sides: laminated sapelly
- Fingerboard: african blackwood
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