Greg Bennett GD-112 SCE
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | January 25, 2017
Acoustic guitars are by far the most common guitar you’ll find. They’re at the beach, braais or even in a corner at your mates house. With so many options available, finding one that stands out from the crowd isn’t always easy. So why not try a 12 string to set yourself apart?
Greg Bennett GD-112 SCE
The GD series from Greg Bennett is sure to grab your attention. Specifically, the Greg Bennett GD-122 SCE. This plucky guitar sounds great, and comes in at an unbelievable price point!
12-string guitars need to be carefully built in order to sound good. Because of the drone string, there is very little room for error. The Greg Bennett GD-112 SCE delivers!
Featuring the all new Thunderflex system from Greg Bennett, the GD-112 is much louder and richer than you would expect. Because of the solid spruce top and mahogany back and sides, this guitar sings when played.
While this is the most common wood combination for acoustic guitars, the quality of the wood is vital to bear in mind. The team at Greg Bennett have ensured that they find the best quality wood they can for these guitars.
You are unlikely to find a 12-string guitar with better quality woods at this price point.
The die-cast tuners will help with tuning stability and help the guitar stay in tune for longer.
To ensure that the Greg Bennett GD-112 SCE sounds as good through an amp as it does acoustically, the guitar features a Fishman Isys T preamp. Fishman has long been the pick-up for many acoustic guitar brands.
They are not only affordable, but they offer professional sound quality and reliability. Ad when you have 12 strings that you need to amplify, you really can’t afford to compromise.
Overall, this guitar would be a good fit for anyone wanting their first quality acoustic guitar.
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