– Why Grand Auditorium Cutaway Body
Lighter & smaller than Dreadnought Body. It means easy to play for beginners
– Why 2 Different Bracing Tunning
TX100 SGA Fingerstyle player / Soft & Bass Sound / Young Player / Solo Player
TX100 MGA Normal player / Clear and well balanced / Band Player
– Why Solid Top Spruce
It was impossible to make a good sound with a plywood top.
Everyone knows that a solid spruce top certainly provides a better sound.
– Studio Quality Preamp
We are confident that this EQ-preamp system alone will be worth over $300.
If you test it carefully by yourself, you will agree with us.
– Why Open Pore Finish
After a long test, we chose the thinnest paint finish, the open pore finish, to be the best match for the bracing design we designed.
– Why 010 strings [ Easy to play & Good Sound ]
Usually, the 010 string is the best string for beginners because it is the most comfortable to play,
but when the 010 string is mounted on ordinary guitars, the sound is too light and thin,
So high-end performers prefer the 011 or 012 string.
The TX100’s bracing design was optimized for the 010 string.
Body Shape: Grand Auditorium Cutaway
Body Top Material: Solid Spruce
Body Side Material: Mahogany
Body Back Material: Mahogany
Body Binding: Herringbone
Body Color: NT, VS
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Shape: C-Shape
Fingerboard Material: Roseacer (thermally treated maple wood)
Fingerboard Radius: 340mm R
String Nut: SAKLA BN100
String Saddle: SKALA SS100, 72mm Width
Bridge Material: Roseacer (thermally treated maple wood)
Neck Joint: Dove Tail Joint