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Lindo 931C Mahogany Top Acoustic Guitar and Gigbag

(163 customer reviews)

The Lindo 931C is one of the range of ‘Apprentice’ Series acoustic guitars. The 931C has been ultimately designed to be affordable and very playable, as well as having those subtle details and use of quality woods that make all Lindo guitars look and sound great.

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Lindo 931C Mahogany Top Acoustic Guitar – Ideal for beginners and intermediate strummers!

The Lindo 931C is designed in the UK by us here at Lindo Guitars in Bristol. It is one of a range of our “simple but effective” starter acoustic guitar models. Created to ultimately be affordable and very playable, as well as having those subtle details that make it a Lindo guitar! Construction and finish at this price point offers exceptional value for money. The mahogany top offers extremely pleasing grain detail and warming presence.

Tonewoods and Features

The Lindo 931C body is made from high quality linden (basswood) laminate.

The body shape could be described as our take on the auditorium. It’s mid-size body with a Venetian cutaway. This provides easy access across the length of the fretboard. For such a modestly priced guitar, it provides a lovely warm tone as well as bright and punchy highs. The solid walnut fretboard is also pleasing tonally and to the eye. Therefore, with a solid catalpa neck in the mix, you really can’t go too wrong with this one.

The bridge is solid walnut and features a nifty string through design. This means no bridge pins, which is sometimes a hurdle for less-experienced players. Or even if you just prefer something less fiddly to deal with. It’s also a unique feature which you generally see on higher priced models.


The neck is our standard slim “C-shaped” neck profile. This is extremely user-friendly for both strumming accompaniment and fingerstyle playing. Even though it’s an entry-level guitar, we still set the string height to our industry standard of 2.5mm. Should you wish for lighter feel, you can always grab some 10 or 11 gauge strings to lessen the fingertip pain.

All-in-all, what more could you want from a guitar? Any questions, let us know, as we are happy to help!

Colour Natural
Machine Heads Alloy with Chrome Finish and white pegs
Truss Rod Two way
Frets 22 (Full scale)
Strings Steel (Medium gauge)
Size 41″
Body Depth 95mm
Scale Length 25.5″
Nut Width 43mm
Top Material Mahogany
Side Material Basswood
Back Material Basswood
Fretboard Solid Walnut
Bridge Solid Walnut
Inlay Material ABS
Binding Material ABS
Accessories Gig bag and allen key


163 reviews for Lindo 931C Mahogany Top Acoustic Guitar and Gigbag

  1. T R Sharpe

    For the price, this is an extremely good quality guitar. Ideal for the beginner with low string action, a fretboard of just the right width for making chord shapes without over stretching, and a great tone with good sustain. Its slim body means its very comfortable to hold and it also looks nice. This was my first guitar. Although I have now improved since I bought it and now own another guitar, I still play this one. Don’t hesitate . For a first time guitar at a great price get this one !!!!

  2. Paul Woollett

    I wanted a second guitar with a cut away body as a spare and to learn to play slide on and play up the fretboard. I decided to pay a few pounds more than the absolute cheapest and took a gamble on this as it looked so pretty. I am delighted with my choice. It is beautiful, well finished, plays well and sounds good. My first guitar has her nose a little ‘out of joint’ now, bless her.
    The Lindo’s fretboard is well made, but would benefit with a little lemon oil dressing to make the fingers flow more easily. it is a guitar that will mature with playing. It comes with an optional stick-on scratch
    plate that I believe I will not attach.(Its too pretty to stick plastic on). It is a great guitar for beginner to intermediate and its is difficult to see how it comes at such a price.

  3. Louise Efthimiou

    I played guitar for a long time as a child/teen then stopped for a few years before picking it back up over the last year. Really love this guitar as it sounds great and works well for my relatively smaller hands. Great value for money and I definitely recommend for beginners.

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