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Turner CLS-01

  • CLS-01Side

The standard folk guitar, also known as the country or Western guitar, is one of the most widely played instruments in the world. The Turner CLS-01 is a full size instrument using a Solid Spruce top paired with a mahogany body, offering amazing mid range frequencies from a balanced tonewood with great overtones.

We hope you like our choice of  'Vintage Burst' deep gloss finish that adds a retro vibe to the guitar. Enhanced specs include vintage cream neck binding, abalone detailing on the front edge binding and also in the centre of the soundhole rosette. The headstock is faced with rosewood giving an air of a high ticket price and this in conjunction with the quality chrome tuners and a Bone Nut and Saddle highlight what value the Turner CLS range offers.

A great guitar to play with a well balanced tone and good bass response. We think you may struggle to find a better value guitar offering the same specification, finish and build quality... Hey we know that 'looks' aren't everything but luckily the CLS range has it covered also!

Series Details

top
Solid Spruce
bracing
Scalloped X Bracing
back & sides
Mahogany
neck
Mahogany
In-lays
Pearl Dots
Nut & Saddle
Bone
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Bridge
Rosewood
Fretwire
Nickel
Machine Heads
Turner 'Die Cast' Chromes
Strings
D'Addario EXP11 EXP Coated Light (.012-.053)
Finish
Deep Gloss
Electrics
Turner CLS-01E (2013 Model) Belcat EQ505 'Active' system with Volume, Bass, Middle & Treble. Turner CLS-01 is non electric.

Body Type Western

Dimensions

Lower Bout
390mm
Upper Bout
285mm
Waist
230mm
Depth
122mm
Overall Length
1050mm
Scale Length
650mm
Width at the nut
45mm






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As a Pro Singer/Songwriter searching for a guitar I tried them all. From top spec £2000 guitars I kept coming back to Turner. Picking up a 72CE it just felt right - from the first stroke, the blend of rich tones played a kind of audio footsie with my senses. Strumming a few chords and then finger picking Dylan’s “Don’t think twice” - I was hooked! - Steve Khan