DAngelico Malta 4/4 Classical Acoustic Guitars - £129 Each + Free Delivery @ Thomann
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DAngelico Malta 4/4 Classical Acoustic Guitars - £129 Each + Free Delivery @ Thomann

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Posted 15th May
I posted the spruce top a while ago, but didn't see the cedar one or the cedar with no cutaway. Either way, the price has dropped a little more and there are 2 others to consider as well here. All 3 of these are solid wood tops with laminated back and sides, open pored finishes, Pau Ferro fretboards, 48mm nut width and a mahogany neck.

There are no electronics here at all

Excellent prices all round and free delivery.

DAngelico Malta Spruce - £129

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  • With cutaway
  • Top: Solid spruce
  • Back and sides: Laminated mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Acrylic fretboard inlays in diamond form
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Nut width: 48 mm
  • Tortoise black/white/black binding
  • D'Angelico Art Deco sound hole ring decoration
  • Tortoise Rotomatic machine heads
  • Pau Ferro bridge/tailpiece
  • Stringing: Savarez strings
  • Finish: Open-pored
  • Colour: Natural



DAngelico Malta Cedar - £129

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  • With cutaway
  • Top: Solid cedar
  • Back and sides: Laminated mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Acrylic fretboard inlays in diamond form
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Nut width: 48 mm
  • Tortoise black/white/black binding
  • D'Angelico Art Deco soundhole ring decoration
  • Tortoise Rotomatic machine heads
  • Pau Ferro bridge/tailpiece
  • Stringing: Savarez strings
  • Finish: Open-pored
  • Colour: Natural



DAngelico Avellino Cedar - £129
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  • Top: Solid cedar
  • Back and sides: Laminated mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Acrylic fretboard inlays in diamond form
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Nut width: 48 mm
  • Tortoise black/white/black body binding
  • D'Angelico Art Deco sound hole ring decoration
  • Pau Ferro bridge/tailpiece
  • Tortoise Rotomatic machine heads
  • Stringing: Savarez strings
  • Finish: Open-pored
  • Colour: Natural
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You know if someone can get a decent sound out of a classical that they can play guitar, I'm just a steel string basher unfortunately.
kencol15/05/2020 17:50

You know if someone can get a decent sound out of a classical that they …You know if someone can get a decent sound out of a classical that they can play guitar, I'm just a steel string basher unfortunately.


It's been a long time since I've played nylon strings to be honest. We have an old classical in the loft, which belongs to the other half. It's nothing special, but it's probably time to give it some TLC, it's likely over 25 years old.
Edited by: "Ken" 15th May
I am after an normal acoustic 4/4 guitar to learn on. My daughter has just started lessons, and I want to pick up where I left off (6 months of lesson that I had 20 years ago). Any suggestions?
whboy15/05/2020 20:01

I am after an normal acoustic 4/4 guitar to learn on. My daughter has just …I am after an normal acoustic 4/4 guitar to learn on. My daughter has just started lessons, and I want to pick up where I left off (6 months of lesson that I had 20 years ago). Any suggestions?


I always recommend Yamaha F310 for 100-120 pounds. Have to pay 3 times as much to get anything more playable.

Edit. Just had a quick look and they seem to be more like 120 now.
Edited by: "kencol" 15th May
whboy15/05/2020 20:01

I am after an normal acoustic 4/4 guitar to learn on. My daughter has just …I am after an normal acoustic 4/4 guitar to learn on. My daughter has just started lessons, and I want to pick up where I left off (6 months of lesson that I had 20 years ago). Any suggestions?


Cort do a couple and also would say the F310 is a good choice, as above

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Edited by: "Ken" 15th May
Guys this is a classical guitar find somewhere else to discuss accoustics.
Great deal and heat added! Bought myself the Spruce cutaway as a little quarantine treat
mccririck15/05/2020 23:05

Guys this is a classical guitar find somewhere else to discuss accoustics.


Hi, this is what the comment section is for, as long is it's not derailing the thread. I don't think we should limit chat here to the type of guitar on offer. It just means folks can help each other out on making a decision or comparisons to other types / models / brands
Edited by: "Ken" 18th May
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