CEC models that borrow from steel-string cutaway acoustic-electrics with cutaways, narrower nut width, and Fishman electronics. The traditional style AC models have been re-engineered to improve resonance for an authentic classical guitar sound while the CEC models feature slim body with cutaway, 45mm nut width and electronics for steel-string players who love the nylon-string sound.
Compared to spruce, cedar is a bit mellower and warmer. The mid-range is slightly accentuated with a sweeter top-end, making cedar ideal for players who finger-pick a lot and prefer a slightly rounder and fuller sound.
Bright yet natural with a strong and warm midrange, the beloved mahogany wood has been a standard for back and sides on premium acoustics for many decades.
A slightly narrower nut width that is good for both classical and traditional steel-string acoustic players.
Slightly shorter than the traditional classical guitar scale length, this results in less string tension for ease of fingering for not only soloing in the high register but for playing chord arpeggios in the low register as well.
Traditional classical guitar fan bracing is used internally to maximize the vibrational characteristics of nylon strings