Cole Clark Fat Lady 1
The Fat Lady CCFL1AC-BB is, if anything, a study in stylish sustainability. While Cole Clark acoustics are still built out of solid woods, they make use of an entire crop of native, fast growing and abundant Australian woods such as Bunya pine and Queensland maple. The Bunya soundboard is perhaps the most striking feature on this acoustic; its varied, colorful grain?alternating between tight, light stripes and wide, deep browns?gives this guitar a striking and immediately recognisable persona.
The dreadnought body style and bracing give the sound depth and body; the Queensland maple body and neck provide shimmering highs; the Bunya top gives this guitar just the right amount of warmth (almost akin to a cedar-topped acoustic, without the mushiness at higher volumes or intensities). Perhaps even more impressive is the guitar?s responsiveness; despite its size, this Fat Lady is nimble, dynamic and brilliantly expressive at all points.
- All solid timber full body dreadnought with internally carved top and back and 2 way pickup.
- Finish: Nitrocellulose (natural satin)
- Neck: Queensland Maple
- Top: Solid Bunya
- Back and sides: Tasmanian Blackwood
- Inlaid timber rosette.
- Bridge/Fretboard: Indian Rosewood
- Inlays: Dot
- Machine Heads: Grover
- Nut/Saddle: Graph Tech Tusq
- Strings: Phosphor Bronze 12-53
- Nut Width: 44mm/1.73?