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Fender Ron Emory Loyalty Parlor Acoustic Guitar, Rosewood Fingerboard, Vintage Sunburst

3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Laminated Mahogany Top with Scalloped X-Bracing, Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides
  • Mahogany Soft "V" Shape Neck with 20 Fret Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Viking-Style Rosewood Bridge with Graphtech Nubone Compensated Saddle
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Back Material Mahogany Mahogany White Wood white wood
Fretboard Material Rosewood Rosewood Rosewood rosewood
Neck Material Mahogany Mahogany Nato nato
Top Material Ash Laminated Spruce Solid Spruce spruce
Number Of Strings 6 6 6 6
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Longtime T.S.O.L. guitarist Ron Emory has infused some truly distinctive Fender acoustic guitars with his years of SoCal punk cred and expertise. Among the latest and greatest is the new Ron Emory "Loyalty" Parlor model, in which he has combined his favorite features from several guitars in his large collection to create a small bodied and eminently affordable model. The Ron Emory "Loyalty" Parlor guitar features the classic parlor body shape and is available in two versions, one with a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck and a vintage style sunburst finish reminiscent of the 1930s; the other with an all ash body, maple neck and butterscotch stain finish resembling his '52 Telecaster. Both versions feature quarter sawn scalloped "X" bracing, elegant herringbone body binding and rosette, soft "V" neck profile and aged neck binding, rosewood fingerboard with diamond inlays and 12th fret "Loyalty" logo, 19 large vintage style frets, 1970s style Fender headstock, three ply pick guard, vintage style rosewood "Viking" bridge with Graphtech Nubone compensated saddle, and open gear tuners.

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Item Weight 7.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 43 x 15.5 x 6 inches
Shipping Weight 7.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B00B7FVWAY
Item model number 0968551998
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3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #81,501 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#552 in Musical Instruments > Guitars > Acoustic Guitars > Steel-string Acoustics
Date first available at Amazon.com February 7, 2013

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A beautiful guitar. No problems with strings. I've taken it with me everywhere, from rainy Seattle to sunny San Diego. Though a parlor, puts out some great sound. Recently compared sound quality to some other full scale guitars. The sound quality blew them away. If you are not used to the smaller size, can be a bit difficult to adjust fingering at first, but that's the nature of the parlor guitar.
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I was not shopping for a guitar, but was at a local shop doing some trading on studio gear. I picked up the Ron Emory and started absentmindedly strumming it while walking around talking with my friend. Next thing I know, I'm hooked on it and bought it. It is very nicely finished, plays grea, and looks really nice. Perfect or sitting in front of the computer looking up tabs and chords to play. I have an Ibanez small bodied acoustic that thus one reminds me of. I love the sound of it, very mid-range punchy. Can't wait to hear how it sounds recorded. A keeper.
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I think my wife is more disappointed than I am as she got this guitar for me as a gift (via Amazon) and it's really not up to snuff. The sound is understandably small and that's not an issue. It is a parlor guitar after all. The main issue is that, with the strings it came with, there are huge buzzing issues across the fretboard. I've tried living with it since opening it on Christmas day (2013) and I will try restringing it with something more to my liking and re-evaluating. That said, factory strings should be fine as regards buzzing, one would think. There are some decent repair shops in the vicinity and I'm fairly certain my next stop is one of them for a set of adjustments and some clean up of the fret edges (pretty sharp). I'm pretty hopeful that should take care of things.

Good points: Very easy to play, pretty, and lightweight.

I should say that I've owned many acoustic guitars over the years and I just never had a parlor one. It really does make sense for those times you're just sitting in the living room dorking around. My go-to guitars are a pair of Alvarez Yairi's that I'll never part with. I think I'll have to put at least another $100 into this Fender to make me happy but I'm fairly confident. It really is too bad that I'll have to do it.
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