The APC GC200 3/4 classical guitar (Lusitana model) is ideal for growing guitarists. Cadet size.
The comfort of musicians is a priority, especially when they are younger and are starting their musical learning. To keep young musicians comfortable and motivated, APC made this classical guitar an ideal size for intensive and continuous practice.
The APC GC200 classical guitar is a reliable and resistant instrument, with all the necessary characteristics for musical study, and a very present and defined sound, despite its smaller dimensions - ¾ the usual size of a classical guitar, also classified as “ cadet size ”.
Sound quality benefits from the careful choice of materials and construction techniques employed by APC's experienced craftsmen. The GC200 is built in sapele, a wood from West Africa that is denser than mahogany and that compensates for the small dimensions of the body with a brighter sound, maintaining a consistent and balanced tone.
The neck is in mahogany and the scale is in black African wood, very resistant. Simple looking, the APC GC200 is an excellent base to start young musicians or to be a guitar to have around, to play casually. Or even to travel, without taking up much space.
APC was founded in 1976 by António Pinto Carvalho, who descended from a century-old school of luthiers in Porto. The company has about 45 artisans who build several types of traditional Portuguese and other origins.
Nowadays, APC is the largest national company in the industry, with about 50 employees, who give authenticity and a personal touch to each instrument, manufactured with the most advanced construction technology, for greater precision and accuracy. Modernity and tradition are the key to this company that proudly promotes the Portuguese cultural tradition.
The APC GC200 is a great guitar for the smallest musicians to start and develop their studies, in the ideal dimensions and price for them, or for larger musicians to be able to have small musical moments.
The APC GC200 guitar is a musical instrument made in Portugal.
- Fingerboard: African black wood
- Tuning machines: nickel plated
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