Introducing the CC series of classical guitars by Farida, designed to be both affordable and tonally impressive, so that guitarists, particularly those who perhaps have lower budgets, can get the best of both worlds. Whether you favour fingerpicking or prefer strumming, at Farida we ensure that each guitar is built to be versatile to suit any style of playing, from classical to folk.
The classical guitar has a very recognisable shape and appearance, and the CC-20 is built to that framework to ensure a comfortable feel against the human body. The body top is made out of solid cedar, a prominent tonewood in the structure of a classical guitar due to its rich tone and character. Paired with the cedar is sonokelin for the back and sides, a wood which is incredibly resilient and durable to be able to withstand years of being played.
Suitably, mahogany is employed in the making of the CC-20 neck. Topping the neck is a silky, rosewood fingerboard that provides you with an extremely pleasant playing feel across every single fret. It is very well known that mahogany and rosewood can form the ideal partnership in the structure of an acoustic guitar neck, and although this is a classical acoustic model, this still remains to be true.
Other hardware and appointments on the Farida CC-20 include the three in line gold machine heads at the headstock as well as the rosewood bridge at the lower bout of the body. Farida have been very particular in their choice of aesthetically pleasing features, from the wood mosaic soundhole rosette to the rosewood and maple body binding to complete its Natural finish. Like the other guitars in the range, the CC-20 is supplied with a protective case.