The slope shoulder design feature in an acoustic guitar is one that just looks really good on the eye from the moment you see it. The Farida B-16E hails from the Bluegrass series and features this very body design. This electro acoustic guitar would suit any performing artist with a middle of the road budget but looking for a model of incredibly high quality.
A solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides is the format of the B-16E. Spruce, known as a tonewood which offers plenty of volume, partnered with rosewood which is a popular choice in this part of an acoustic guitar as it is strong, durable and audibly versatile. The B-16E rings out with absolute transparency with every chord and note.
A mahogany neck is joined to the body with a sumptuous rosewood fingerboard, a very common duo when it comes to building a top quality, solid neck.
We have deliberately chosen to employ the Fishman Prefix Plus-T pre-amp to amplify the acoustic sound of the B-16E. This pre-amp is known for its reliable, silent setup, meaning there is no unwanted noise produced while you play the guitar through an amplifier. With controls for Volume, Bass, Treble and Brilliance, and a wide-range semi-parametric EQ, this pre-amp is simple to use so you can mold your sound entirely. A chromatic tuner also forms part of the pre-amp and is an important, handy feature that ensures accurate tuning of each string.
Further appointments of the B-16E include an enduring rosewood bridge and die-cast chrome tuning machine heads. Additionally, Farida have given this model some visually pleasing aesthetics such as the white binding and white soundhole rosette which contrast perfectly against the Sunburst background. And, not to mention, this also comes supplied with a protective guitar case.