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Turner 34CE

  • 34CE
  • 34CEside

The Turner Grand Auditorium is a true all rounder in terms of sound. Equal measures of bass, middle and treble paired with a voice that is easily heard, this is a guitar just begging to be played! Whatever your musical style you will enjoy the comfort and tone of The Turner Grand Auditorium.

Featured here is the Turner 34 CE utilizing quality tonewoods in this case a solid spruce top paired with mahogany back and sides. Mahogany offers amazing mid range frequencies and is a well balanced tonewood with cool overtones.

From custom hand scalloped bracing to stylish body binding and concentric-ring rosettes - the Turner 30 series are quality instruments. Offset pearl fret markers and custom solid rosewood bridge complete the asthetics, and when paired with a state-of-the-art onboard electronic system utilising the Fishman Isys+ system (including an in built guitar tuner) a true acoustic tone will be delivered either in the studio or playing live, simply unplugged these guitars sound great!

 

Series Details

top
Solid Sitka Spruce
bracing
Scalloped
back & sides
Mahogany
neck
Mahogany
In-lays
Off set pearl dots
Nut & Saddle
Bone
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Bridge
Rosewood
Fretwire
Nickel
Machine Heads
Die cast "Grover"
Strings
D'Addario EXP11 EXP Coated Light (.012-.053)
Finish
Gloss natural top, gloss or satin back and sides.
Electrics
Fishman Isys+ fitted on CE Models

Body Type Grand Auditorium

Dimensions

Lower Bout
405mm
Upper Bout
290mm
Waist
245mm
Depth
115mm
Overall Length
1050mm
Scale Length
650mm
Width at the nut
45mm






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Testimonials
I bought a Turner 82 CE in April. I'm very pleased with it and its a joy to play. I do a lot of finger style playing at local folk clubs covering the styles of Doc Watson, John Prine, Merle Travis, Chet Atkins etc and its just the job! I’ve had plenty of interest and compliments regarding the guitar. A friend has made enquiries about buying one!- Jonathan Beech