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Lindo 960CEQ Classical Electro-Acoustic Guitar - Picasso Blue

(41 customer reviews)

Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s Blue Guitar and pushing the boundaries in classical guitar design, this hand-crafted instrument maintains traditional appeal but with modern features such as the on-board preamplifier with chromatic tuner.

£189.99 inc. VAT

9 in stock

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The Lindo 960CEQ Classical Guitar – Designed in Bristol, U.K, by Lindo Guitars

Pushing the boundaries in classical guitar design, the Lindo 960CEQ still maintains traditional appeal. But with modern features such as the on-board preamplifier with chromatic tuner, you can broaden your horizons. Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s Blue Guitar, the striking body top finish stands out from a crowd of plain wood tops. The tasteful inlays are sure to please those with an eye for detail.

Tonewoods and Shape

With the nylon/steel-string combination, the spruce top gives this guitar brightness and sustain. The mahogany body and neck provide further tone-enhancing qualities for a good low-end response. This guitar has snappy mids and harmonious highs. The Venetian cutaway design in the body looks stylish and also gives players easier access to the higher register of notes on the fretboard. With this kind of versatility available, the Lindo 960CEQ will appeal to traditional classical and flamenco players as well as modern, percussive and virtuoso styles.

Features and Benefits

Having an on-board EQ with bass, middle, treble and presence, the TOPS-4T preamplifier takes this guitar to new levels for playing live or recording at home. With the dual jack and XLR outputs, you are able to connect to a guitar amplifier, PA or recording interface and the integrated chromatic tuner function provides quick and easy tuning via a backlit LCD.

Colour Blue and natural mahogany
Preamp TOPS-4T with 4-band EQ
Pick-up Piezoelectric
Machine Heads Alloy with marble heads
Truss Rod Two-way
Frets 19
Strings Nylon/steel
Size 41″ (Full-size)
Body Depth 100mm
Scale Length 25.5″
Nut Width 52mm
Top Material Spruce
Side Material Mahogany
Back Material Mahogany
Fretboard and Bridge Walnut
Inlay Material Grey and white ABS
Binding Material ABS
Nut ABS
Neck Nato
Accessories Gig bag, 9v battery and Allen key.

REVIEWS

41 reviews for Lindo 960CEQ Classical Electro-Acoustic Guitar – Picasso Blue

  1. Roy

    Great Guitar for the price. Its a joy to play with a beautiful tone acoustically and plugged in

  2. Clive Wraight

    Great guitar for the price!

  3. Fingers Wilson

    I own guitars worth £1000.00. I can honestly say that this is a fine guitar sound wise. I may not have the feel of the really expensive guitars, but sound wise I am really pleased. I was going to get a Multiac (won’t bother no as this suits my electro classical needs)

  4. Mrs J. Curtis

    Arrived in two days and well packed. Comes with a carry case and lead. It’s a really nice looking guitar and very well built. It’s hard to believe it for the price! Once tuned up and plugged in it sounds lovely, very bright and lively. Although the neck is wide(well, wider than my other classical guitar) it has a low action and is very easy to fret. I am so pleased I bought this guitar and did not fork out a lot more money for some other more well known brand. This guitar is not going to be an ornament, I am going to gig it and it seems up to the job. It looks nice,it sounds nice and it stays in tune and at the end of the day that’s all you need. Who cares what it says on the head stock.

  5. Aziz

    Very impressed with the rich quality of sound. I will definitely purchase another Lindo guitar for my kids.

    Thank you,
    AzizUK

  6. LM

    Very happy with the guitar…nicely made and no flaws. Looking forward to picking up playing after many years missed. Delivered ahead of schedule.

  7. Oliver White

    Despite the worringly cheap price, the guitar arrived and I can’t really fault it!

    Nice pick-up, great design, all I might need to do is buy some better strings and then I will have saved myself at least a few hundred quid in sound quality!

  8. Katrin

    It’s my first classical guitar (have an accoustic and electric as well). It arrived quicklier than promised and with a guitar bag as a bonus.
    The quality seems to be nice and fine, it feels solid yet comfortable holding it. I dont know much of the quality of nyloin strings, after playing about 5 hours (in 3 days) the wiring on base strings seems to crack a little on the fret, is it normal on not? But the overall sound and keeping in tune is OK (after 2 days). Again, it’s my first experience with classical guitar and nylon strings, so I don’t have much to compare with. I guess it is a nice price-quality relationship for a first classical guitar.

  9. JF

    I wanted a classical type sound to add to my steel strung guitars – as it is a new departure for me I didn’t want to go all out with money. This is a very fine piece of gear especially at the price. The sound is crisp and clear plugged and unplugged and has a very nice soft tone. The action is smooth all the way along the neck and it is well balanced. I’d have no hesitation looking at other models of guitar by this company based upon what I have found in with this model. A decent guitar for beginner and more experienced players on a budget

  10. Chip Jenkins

    Wow! What a wonderful surprise, I didn’t expect this guitar to sound so well rounded and balanced at this price. I bought this for my singing students who often need to borrow a guitar, and having played it, I am very impressed as it sounds like a much more expensive guitar. I tested it through Genelec speakers, I have not yet put it through the amp, but the acoustic sound in the room indicates that this will sound great once amplified. The controls for Bass, Mid, Treble and Presence are effective. The other thing I noticed was the weight, which also makes it feel like a much more expensive instrument. Lastly, the inlay has a really intricate and appealing design – a cosmetic detail, but still appreciated.

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