Greco 1973 F-400 Acoustic - F Series - Top Quality Build
The F Series guitars that Greco produced in the '70s are superb instruments that have stood the test of time and sound. F series take their cues from the classic Martin dreadnoughts. This F-400 was made in the fashion of its idol, the MARTIN D28.
The acoustic models on offer from Greco from this era are superb instruments that sound and feel awesome. This one is in tip-top shape for a guitar that'll soon turn 50; it looks and more importantly sounds incredible.
It has the classic spruce/rosewood combo producing a rich tone, and adding a few decades of mellowing into the mix, means you get a whole lot of warmth and body at your fingertips. There's plenty of natural volume and bass too, but it still has a tasty balance to it. The neck is slim and straight, easy to navigate, and easy to get friendly with. If you're after a big-sounding acoustic with a bit of worldly wisdom, this one will surely be a nice presence in your hands.
A highly sought-after version of the Greco F Series manufactured in Japan during the era that gained them a reputation of being exceptional luthiers/makers of fine acoustics.
- A piece of rebel history that sounds and looks amazing.
- This guitar's sound is gorgeous, similar to the Martin and to YAMAHA red label
- Produced in Japan - verified by the neck and hall stamps.
- 70s F Series, No. 1-2 - the highest level of quality for that series, and unique history.
- Excellent condition. Looks great, sounds greater.
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