Artist TG100EQ Solid Top Tenor Acoustic Guitar w/ Fishman Presys II
The TG100EQ tenor guitar is a fantastic example of an instrument from a bygone era. First appearing in the mid-1920s the tenor guitar, with its unique four string construction was designed with the banjo player in mind. Like the parlor guitar it has seen a resurgence in popularity in more recent times and offers an interesting alternative for musicians looking for something different in their sound. Great when tuned in traditional tenor banjo tuning - CGDA, the guitar also offers great effect if you are willing to experiment with open tunings.
The top is constructed of solid sitka spruce while the back and sides are laminated mahogany and the finish is matte. While many tenor guitars are smaller bodied instruments, the TG100EQ has been designed with a larger body and it fits nicely into our CC300 classical guitar case. When you combine this slightly larger sized body with the quality timbers used you are guaranteed to get a guitar that projects a well rounded acoustic tone.
The addition of the Fishman Presys II acoustic pre-amp offers a great option when the instrument is plugged into an amplifier.
If you are looking for that special sound TG100EQ could definitely be the guitar for you!
The Tech Features
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides: Laminated Mahogany
Fret Board: Eco-Rosewood
Scale Length: 22 3/4'
Truss Rod: Dual action
Nut Width: 1 5/16' (33mm)
Machine Heads: Diecast, 14:1 ratio
Pickup system: Fishman Presys II
Pick Guard: Tortoise Shell
Included Accessories: Gig Bag, 2 picks
Optional Hard Case to fit this Guitar: CC300