• Acoustic guitar made from high-quality solid woods.
• Proprietary design features and production technologies, including soundboard voicing, the revolutionary Furch CNR System® neck joint, and Full-Pore High-Gloss Finish.
• Stylish appearance featuring a rosette with double concentric rings and green abalone inlays, artificial tortoise body binding with a contrasting line, and white mother-of-pearl oval Eclipse fingerboard position markers.
• Heavy-duty Hiscox hardshell case.
Furch Yellow SR guitar has a high-grade Sitka spruce soundboard and high-quality Indian rosewood back and sides. The entire body is protected by our proprietary Full-Pore High-Gloss Finish developed to enhance the resonance qualities of tonewoods. Discreet amber appointments combined with premium tonewoods lend Furch Yellow SR instrument an attractive classy look. Furch Yellow SR guitar is versatile multipurpose instrument that produce a rich sound across the entire tonal range.
• Unique voicing process
The premium nature of Furch Yellow SR guitar is underscored by the fact that the soundboard is individually tuned using the voicing process, which enhances the guitar’s tonal properties to the highest level. Thanks to that, Furch Yellow SR guitar has a crystalline clear, harmonically rich, balanced, and highly dynamic sound across the entire tonal spectrum.
• Exceptional finish
Furch Yellow SR guitar is protected by our proprietary Full-Pore High-Gloss Finish, which has been developed to enhance the guitar’s tonal qualities. The finish consists of an ultrathin layer of highly resistant lacquer that provides excellent surface protection and accentuates the structure of the wood at the same time.
• Tortoise details
The exclusive amber look of the guitar is underscored by artificial tortoise binding, bridge pins, and machine head buttons.
• Furch CNR System® Neck Design
A high precision, dual-action truss rod maintains neck stability and allows for fine adjustment of the neck relief, bilaterally. The truss rod is housed in a highly rigid carbon casing which enables a very smooth and controlled neck relief, ensuring the best playability and enduring optimal setup.
A fully adjustable dual-action truss rod for highly precise adjustment of the neck bow in both the convex and concave directions. A highly rigid carbon casing that maintains the neck in the set position over a period much longer than is the case with standard neck joint designs and, at the same time, facilitates a gradual bow in the neck, a factor of essential importance for playability. A casting made of special alloy located inside the neck heel that ensures a stable position of the neck and its angle vis-?-vis the body.
• Stylish look
The soundboard of Furch Yellow SR guitar owes its stylish look to a combination of purfling featuring five black and white contrasting lines and artificial tortoise binding with a white contrasting line.
• Rosette made from green abalone
The soundhole is adorned by a rosette featuring a double ring with green abalone inlays and a black and white line.
• Transparent protection
The soundboard of Furch Yellow SR guitar is protected by a transparent pickguard that allows the natural beauty of the wood to shine through. The pickguard is designed to have no effect on the tonal qualities of the soundboard.
• Pearl position markers
White pearl side position dots combined with Eclipse fingerboard inlays, featuring a thin white pearl contour line, improve fingerboard orientation and enhance the guitar’s exclusive appearance.
• Excellent machine heads
Furch Yellow SR guitar has an excellent tuning stability courtesy of Schaller M6 Gold machine heads with artificial tortoise buttons and a highly precise 1:18 gear ratio.
• High-rigidity Hiscox case
Maximum protection during transport is provided by a high-rigidity Hiscox case with polyurethane insulating foam that shields the instrument from changes in external climatic conditions.
Furch 12-string models offer a very rich and full sound and feature an extra string that doubles the six strings of a regular guitar. The extra strings for the low E, A, D, and G strings have a lighter gauge and are tuned one octave higher, whereas the B and high E strings are doubled by strings with the same gauge that are tuned to the same pitch.
Proprietary string attachment
Because the angle at which each string passes over the saddle has a considerable effect on the sound, the angle must be the same for all of the strings. The solution typically used on 12-string guitars, which uses two rows of six standard bridge pins, cannot achieve this because the angle at which the strings pass over the bridge is different for each of the two rows. Our proprietary solution features each of the main strings attached with a standard bridge pin, while each of the extra strings passes through a channel from the rear end of the bridge to a point behind the saddle that ensures that the string crosses the saddle at the same angle as the main string. This way, the string break angle is the same for each string, which translates into uniform resonance properties for all 12 strings.