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Carlo Robelli W4103FCS Acoustic Electric Guitar (Flame Coffee Burst)


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  • Acoustic Electric Guitar (Flame Coffee Burst)

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0002XL90U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,221 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 4, 2007

Product Description

The Carlo Robelli W-4103FCS sets a new standard for acoustic/electric guitars. Super comfortable to play thanks to the thin neck and ultra-slim body. It's cutaway design makes it easy to hit the high notes while the flame top is sure to get you noticed. The EQ-505R preamp allows you to custom contour your sound. Flame Coffee Burst finish. Case not included. Flame Maple top and Mahogany back and sides Mahogany neck with 20-fret Rosewood fingerboard Custom EQ-505R Preamp Sealed Chrome Tuners   Includes a manufacturer's warranty of 1 year parts and 1 year labor.

Customer Reviews

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It plays phenomenally, thin body makes for great comfort.
Bigbug
Not only was the sound incredible for the size of it; it was so easy to play, and you really had the feeling that you could give it a good hard playing.
Julian Chang
I'm tempted to scuff up the finish and repaint and clear coat it, but playing it will dictate what I do.
Painter33

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Julian Chang on September 10, 2004
I've played this guitar in the store, and boy was it fun to play.

Not only was the sound incredible for the size of it; it was so easy to play, and you really had the feeling that you could give it a good hard playing.

Crisp sound, great tone, and very solid. The slim body is sure to please smaller players, and the sound carries more than enough volume.

Being able to play out of an amp only makes it more versatile.

I already own a takamine and a martin, but this guitar is a great instrument at a great price.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. macal on January 7, 2005
i recieved this guitar as a gift from a friend for a favor i did them. at first i was skeptical as to the capability of this guitar. but i was quickly surprised. it has a great sound and very quick action. the ability to play out of an amp really makes this a very versitle little guitar. it is a bit small but that doesn't deter from it's ability. over all a great buy if you can get it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WebbMan on July 3, 2011
Carlo Robelli line is the SAM ASH store brand and let me tell you, when the ASH FAMILY tells its buyers to find a manufacturer to produce a quality instrument at a entry level price... they take it VERY seriously. I am a song writer and many times I get my ideas right before going to sleep or when I wake SO it makes sense for me to keep a guitar in my bedroom. I figure for less than $200.00 I would keep this as my "toss around" guitar and as it turned out - although I own several high end guitars my Carlo 6 string has truly become one of my favorites. ALSO I recently plugged her into my Fender Tube Camp amp and I was AMAZED at how well it sounded & sustained. My other guitars may come & go but I will always hold onto my old reliable Carlo Guitar. DEFINITELY BUY IT!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amber Hansford on January 6, 2006
I received this as a gift, and I cannot say enough great things about this guitar. I have very small hands, so this guitar was perfect for me, without having to resort to a crappy sounding student guitar.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JEP on March 28, 2011
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I wanted a smaller guitar to use for practice. I was willing to forego some quality to get a smaller unit. SURPRISE. It's much better than I expected. It's quickly becoming my favorite for around the house enjoyment, although I still prefer my Gibson for pure quality of sound.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dean C. Bradley on November 12, 2010
After playing $2000+ acoustics @ Guitar Center, I was blown away how unimpressed I was in my opinion. Nothing special in regards to unique tone. I found one the made "Working Class Hero-John Lennon" sound right (which is my test song for acoustics. So I left w/ no guitar. Along comes this pawn shop, I play about 12 of theirs, these even worse as far as construction, different apple. But, then I played this guitar, no Made in China on it, it's thin like an electric (which makes me actually want to play it) and the tone was like being in the New Orleans. Of course it by far passed the "Working Class Hero test" and was listed for $200. (By the way I buy guitars, electric and acoustic by #1:Tone #2 Playability, is it like butter in your hands, and then of course #3 Looks. Never do I buy by "Price", or "Name."

This guitar is truly incredible for me. Which is the whole idea in purchasing. I got to play on my record @ Kingsway studio owned by Daniel Lanois, the "Oh Mercy" guitar Bob Dylan left behind after making the record with Daniel. It was "a junker" but this thing had so much character and tone uniqueness so I kinda learned at that point what I liked in an an acoustic. This was back in 1994 right before the Emmy Lou Harris "Wreckingball" session there. Amazing studio, amazing acoustic. Bob called it "Just George" Don't have any idea what that was about about but what an honor and lesson in acoustic selection. Thanks Bob.

Our Band was called Water, the album is called "Nipple" You can buy it for a penny here!

I love this guitar.

That's all.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bigbug on September 24, 2011
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This guitar is beautiful. I would recommend it to anybody. It plays phenomenally, thin body makes for great comfort. The sound is very pretty. A+!
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