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Lindo Left Handed Black Fire Electro Acoustic Guitar and Padded Gig Bag

(2 customer reviews)

The Lindo Black Fire is a great all-round electro-acoustic guitar. This auditorium shaped, gloss black guitar is one for those that like to be seen as well as heard. It is ideal for beginners, intermediates and experienced or professional players alike.

£239.99 inc. VAT

51 in stock

INCLUDES FREE UK SHIPPING

SKU LDG-BF-BK_LEFTY Categories ,

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The Lindo Left Handed Black Fire – Designed in the U.K by Lindo Guitars

The Lindo left handed Black Fire is a great all-round electro-acoustic guitar. This auditorium shaped guitar is ideal for beginners to professional players. It’s been a Lindo bestseller for some years due to the slick, glossy looks and intricate fretboard inlay combination. Plus, the on-board electronics give you an array of tonal options as well as the convenience of an LCD tuner.

Tonewoods and Features

The main body is basswood, which provides a lovely warm tone. The soundboard (top) is spruce, which adds bright and punchy highs. This combination of woods gives this guitar a deep, rich tone with full detail in individual notes as well as in the greater breadth of chord voices.

Through Fire and Flames

The unique headstock not only displays the classic Lindo metallic logo but also has a stylish, abstract fire design. To compliment the headstock, the solid walnut fretboard has a beautiful and striking tribal fire custom inlay. It is a real eye catching guitar.

The die-cast, smooth action chrome-plated machine heads ensure the guitar holds a perfect tune every time. The bone nut, catalpa neck and solid walnut fretboard give this model great warmth, clarity and resonance.

Playability

The action on the Lindo left handed Black Fire is really light and low so gives the guitarist the feeling of ease when playing. This is helped by the c-shape neck profile which is extremely user-friendly for both strumming accompaniment and serious fingerstyle players. The Lindo Black Fire features a cutaway in the body, which allows for access further up the neck. It is also fitted with a compensated saddle, which provides accurate intonation across the fingerboard.

You are Unique

The Lindo Black Fire plays and sounds like any great acoustic guitar but what sets it apart is the benefit of a preamp with its own integrated chromatic tuner. It has connectivity via a standard jack plug and XLR socket. The XLR, with enhanced signal, is a great add-on which enables you to plug directly into external PA equipment or a recording/mixing desk. You can also connect to your guitar amplifier at the same time. Playing live, recording at home or in a professional studio the Black Fire will let you capture that warm acoustic sound – minus the dreaded unwanted boominess.

To help create your own unique sound, the integrated preamp includes bass, middle, treble and presence sliders. There is a dial for the master volume. At the press of a button, the backlit LCD comes to life and shows off the built-in tuner. This display ensures great visibility when tuning and the wireless operation ensures you are free from any lead tangles from an external tuner. It will minimize interference by unwanted surrounding noise. This really is a great choice of guitar for all situations.

Colour Black
Preamp TOPS-4T with 4-band EQ and built-in tuner
Pickup Piezoelectric
Machine Heads Alloy with chrome finish
Truss Rod Two-way
Frets 20
Strings Steel (light gauge)
Size 41″ (Full-size)
Body Depth 100mm
Scale Length 25.5″
Nut 43mm Bone
Top Material Spruce
Side Material Linden Wood
Back Material Linden Wood
Fretboard Solid walnut
Bridge Solid walnut
Inlay Material ABS
Binding Material ABS
Saddle Bone (compensated)
Accessories Gig bag, Allen key and 2x scratch plates

REVIEWS

2 reviews for Lindo Left Handed Black Fire Electro Acoustic Guitar and Padded Gig Bag

  1. Mr. Roy Taylor

    This is my 2nd electro acoustic and it has to be said, you get what you pay for. My first one cost me £125, and although it had great reviews, It developed a fret buzz within weeks of purchase and I did not like the sound it made, when connected to my studio set up. This one is exactly what I was looking for. When recording acoustic Guitar, I would say that nothing beats using a non electric acoustic and miking it up, for an authentic acoustic sound. However, this is pretty close. Stays in tune nicely, I rarely tinker with the built in EQ, as I do all that after recording, but its nice. Also pleasing to the eye.

  2. john grey

    Smiles. Lovely guitar – Gettin the strings lowered ( as sometimes you do to most new no matter what make )

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