Samick ST6-1 BK Gold Rush Reviews 4

I just got to review this acoustic guitar. I went to July 4th BBQ over my in-laws place and there it was, this black, eye catching guitar. It took me a few beers to approach it, 6 to be more precise, and then I discovered that its owner was a cousin of mine whom until that point, I barely knew. After “stealing” it to a corner and scratching some of my favorite riffs (Beethoven’s Fur Elise and the 5th, I play silly stuff when I’m drunk, hah) I got this superb feeling and playability from this acoustic guitar.

As much as I like it to play it, the thing that surprised me the most was to discover its price. My cousin paid only $130. This is a bottom line of Samick Greg Bennett guitars, no wonder it’s described as student model on their website, but I’m sure you will enjoy learning to play guitar with it.

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Its small body make very comfortable to hold it, its neck have a very nice grabbing size with strings laying soft and close to it, making your finger slides up and down easily and freely. The sound is as good as a more expensive acoustic guitar.

There was some twang quality to its sound that I wasn’t very pleased about though, It could have been the strings. When I played some blues riffs, it sounded really cool.

This black finish, 36” student model acoustic guitar has a great quality construction. Nato mahogany top, back and sides, single ply black binding shaped in a folk style small body.

With real affordable price and great quality, this acoustic guitar will not only please beginners, students, hobbyists, and traveling hippies alike, as any guitarists looking for a fun guitar to play.

mtebaldi rated this unit 4 on 2010-07-07.

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