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Furch GN4SR Nylon String Hybrid Cutaway Classic

Sale price£ 1,833.00 Regular price£ 2,281.00
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Tom B.
Excellent service

Excellent service and outstanding product. I've been looking for a high quality nylon strung guitar with a 1 3/4 inch neck for years and this fits the bill.

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Jeff T.
Furch GN4SR Nylon

I’m very happy with my new Furch nylon string guitar purchased from Richard’s Guitars. He and his team were good to work with in communication and customer service. I’ve never purchased a guitar from outside the US but felt confident after watching some of Richard’s videos. I wasn’t disappointed and you won’t be either.
Thanks Richard and team!!

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Paul M.
Furch GN4SR: my second Furch.

It is only a couple of months since I bought my now beloved Furch Yellow GcCR from Richard and the team so it might seem extravagant to be buying another Furch so soon. Actually, it is simply a reflection of just how knocked out I am by the quality and value for money that Furch offer, plus the fantastic service that Richard and the team provide. I love my steel stringed guitars but I actually learned to play on nylon, listen to a lot of classical guitar and simply love playing nylon, especially as I am more at home with a finger-picking style of playing...I am rubbish with a pick. But, the wide-necked, high-auctioned beast that I learned on would be a bit like hard work for my old, mangled, farmer hands so I wondered whether a ‘hybrid’ or ‘cross-over’, with characteristics more akin to a conventional steel-string guitar, might allow me to play nylon again. I had a couple of discussions with Jon who is a great sounding board and source of solid, grounded advice. The fact that the GN4 is in many ways very similar to my Yellow took a lot of the uncertainty away. So, I plunged in. Blimey, am I glad I did. I just love this guitar so much already. The sound is just beautiful...mellow and sweet, but the spruce makes notes distinct, almost bell-like. Plus, it is very forgiving, comfortable and easy to play....surprisingly so. The set up was perfect so no fret buzz or duff notes...except those due to me. I’ve found myself stopping mid-tune and just marvelling at the tone and resonance. I now have a pair of wonderful Furch guitars, each with its own voice and character, but with matching beauty and quality of construction, that will give me so much pleasure going forward.

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David C.
Furch GN4SR with Fishman Matrix Ellipse Blend pickup - excellent!

I wanted to add an easy-to-play nylon guitar to add to my set up and, having been bowled over by the G23CRC which I bought from Richard some time ago, Furch was the obvious place to look. This guitar didn’t disappoint: although naturally quieter than a steel string, it has great resonance for a nylon, superb tone and was set up with a low action and great playability. Whilst I learned on a classical guitar with its wider fingerboard and higher action, having a nylon string guitar which plays like my steel string is great when swopping between guitars in a gig. I imagine for a steel string player wanting to get into nylon would find this guitar an ideal choice. I opted for the spruce model - the guitar has been played a lot in the last few months and the sound is really opening up. It sounds great plugged in too. The original choice of pickup, the newer Matrix Infinity, unfortunately couldn’t be fitted because of the strut pattern; however, the Ellipse model still gives great results. I think the nylon particularly benefits from the internal microphone in the blend. Much help as always was available online before and after purchase online, as was patient, unobtrusive guidance from Richard’s colleague in the shop when trying the guitar. I would highly recommend both the guitar and the seller unreservedly.

Furch GN4SR Nylon String Hybrid Cutaway Classic, Nylon Strung Guitar for sale at Richards Guitars.
Furch GN4SR Nylon String Hybrid Cutaway Classic Sale price£ 1,833.00 Regular price£ 2,281.00

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Tom B.
Excellent service

Excellent service and outstanding product. I've been looking for a high quality nylon strung guitar with a 1 3/4 inch neck for years and this fits the bill.

J
Jeff T.
Furch GN4SR Nylon

I’m very happy with my new Furch nylon string guitar purchased from Richard’s Guitars. He and his team were good to work with in communication and customer service. I’ve never purchased a guitar from outside the US but felt confident after watching some of Richard’s videos. I wasn’t disappointed and you won’t be either.
Thanks Richard and team!!

P
Paul M.
Furch GN4SR: my second Furch.

It is only a couple of months since I bought my now beloved Furch Yellow GcCR from Richard and the team so it might seem extravagant to be buying another Furch so soon. Actually, it is simply a reflection of just how knocked out I am by the quality and value for money that Furch offer, plus the fantastic service that Richard and the team provide. I love my steel stringed guitars but I actually learned to play on nylon, listen to a lot of classical guitar and simply love playing nylon, especially as I am more at home with a finger-picking style of playing...I am rubbish with a pick. But, the wide-necked, high-auctioned beast that I learned on would be a bit like hard work for my old, mangled, farmer hands so I wondered whether a ‘hybrid’ or ‘cross-over’, with characteristics more akin to a conventional steel-string guitar, might allow me to play nylon again. I had a couple of discussions with Jon who is a great sounding board and source of solid, grounded advice. The fact that the GN4 is in many ways very similar to my Yellow took a lot of the uncertainty away. So, I plunged in. Blimey, am I glad I did. I just love this guitar so much already. The sound is just beautiful...mellow and sweet, but the spruce makes notes distinct, almost bell-like. Plus, it is very forgiving, comfortable and easy to play....surprisingly so. The set up was perfect so no fret buzz or duff notes...except those due to me. I’ve found myself stopping mid-tune and just marvelling at the tone and resonance. I now have a pair of wonderful Furch guitars, each with its own voice and character, but with matching beauty and quality of construction, that will give me so much pleasure going forward.

D
David C.
Furch GN4SR with Fishman Matrix Ellipse Blend pickup - excellent!

I wanted to add an easy-to-play nylon guitar to add to my set up and, having been bowled over by the G23CRC which I bought from Richard some time ago, Furch was the obvious place to look. This guitar didn’t disappoint: although naturally quieter than a steel string, it has great resonance for a nylon, superb tone and was set up with a low action and great playability. Whilst I learned on a classical guitar with its wider fingerboard and higher action, having a nylon string guitar which plays like my steel string is great when swopping between guitars in a gig. I imagine for a steel string player wanting to get into nylon would find this guitar an ideal choice. I opted for the spruce model - the guitar has been played a lot in the last few months and the sound is really opening up. It sounds great plugged in too. The original choice of pickup, the newer Matrix Infinity, unfortunately couldn’t be fitted because of the strut pattern; however, the Ellipse model still gives great results. I think the nylon particularly benefits from the internal microphone in the blend. Much help as always was available online before and after purchase online, as was patient, unobtrusive guidance from Richard’s colleague in the shop when trying the guitar. I would highly recommend both the guitar and the seller unreservedly.