Fender’s FA-125 is a visually stunning entry-level guitar with a budget-friendly price. It has a quality laminate spruce and basswood construction with a modern Fender 3+3 headstock and stylish Viking bridge which combine to create an easy-playing instrument that sounds great. Beginners and…
Martin Eric Clapton Acoustic Guitar
- 000 body type non-cutaway
- Spruce top with Indian rosewood sides and back
- Modified V-neck
- Gloss finish
- Ebony fingerboard
This is the most revered guitar by fans of CF Martin & Company. Everyone wants to play this guitar because of how great it sounds. It has been handcrafted to ensure that the acoustics are perfect. The guitar vibrates as you play to produce some of the best sound you will hear from an acoustic. This is a true acoustic guitar not made to be amplified in any way. Fans of Martin guitars with not quite as a high of a budget needed to buy this guitar can also check out our Martin OM 42 review for another quality but “cheaper” alternative.
The top is spruce with Indian rosewood back and sides with a book matched design. The guitar looks professional, feels professional and plays in the same way. The 000 body is smaller than most and produces excellent sound with well-balanced tones. Now if you’re more into a guitar that’s fun and unique-looking, check out our Alvarez Grateful Dead Guitar review.
The craftsmanship is amazing with special features such as the diamond inlays and butterbean open tuners to remind you that you are dealing with EC product. The gloss finish is a nice touch, which we appreciate on other models like well like in the Fender FA 115 review.
The neck is the classic Clapton Modified V design that is really comfortable when you are reaching and makes it easy for you to play even with really small hands. The guitar is crafted to fit flawlessly into the hands and body of many people.
The Martin Eric Clapton acoustic guitar is a piece that any beginner as well as pro will enjoy playing. It is comfortable and playing it is a breeze. It is made to sound and it does. It is comfy even when you have to play for long. Now if the professionals reading want a guitar more geared towards professionals, the guitar in our Martin D15M review gets the job done too.