It’s hard to name that one person who’s never played a guitar, or at least, wanted to. Hobbyists and occasional guitar players are in abundance, but those handful who are in dire need of a good acoustic guitar will certainly like what we’ve prepared.
Walden presents a very high quality standard at a very good price. Built in mahogany and designed with pickguard to avoid possible scratches by using pawl at the time of execution. The CS550CE G is an ideal guitar to play live and studio recording. Concorda 500 begins this solid top line with distinguishing elements such as its inlaid maple-mahogany rosette, a high gloss finish, and micro-dot finger board position markers. A tapered headstock with pearl Walden logo and chrome oil-sealed tuning machines complete this most affordable of Concorda line instruments. With Dreadnought, Orchestra, Grand Auditorium and cutaway-electric models available you are sure to find a Concorda 500 to suit your musical style.
CS550 CE is a 2012 novelty, and it is situated in the 500 series of the Concorda line of steel-stringed guitars. CS550CE comes with a concert shaped body made of rosewood back and sides and solid spruce top. This single cutaway steel-stringer features black binding around the top and tortoise shell pickguard on it. Sound hole is adorned with a double circle rosette. CS550CE comes in natural color with gloss finish. The bridge is made of rosewood and it features a belly shape, white string pins and white fossalite saddle. In the electronics department an under-saddle pickup and B-Band T35 preamp take care of amplification tasks. Preamp is equipped with a side-mounted control panel with three-band equalizer, volume knob and chromatic tuner. The neck is made of mahogany and equipped with a dovetail joint set at 14th fret. The fingerboard is made of rosewood and it has 20 frets with dot position inlays and 1-11/16 fossalite string nut. As with every Concorda 500 series guitar, the CG570 is fitted with a glass-fiber reinforced neck, two way truss rod and has a rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
- Grand Auditorium
- Solid Western Red Cedar