The Neo Classic series is a homage to traditional instruments, yet it is another creation in itself. With a traditional feel, it is a workhorse for gigging, touring, and studio musicians. The solid and precise build quality guarantees optimal tone and a great playing experience. A guitar that is both a familiar friend and worthy adversary.

FGN NEO CLASSIC
NLS-11R-MP
Antique Gold

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FGN NEO CLASSIC NLS-11R-MP   SPECIFICATIONS

Made in Japan by Fujigen
since 1960

CONSTRUCTION : Set in Neck

BODY :
Maple Top  
Chambered Mahogany Back
 

NECK : Mahogany 1 Piece U-Shape

FINGERBOARD : Rosewood 305mmR

PARTS COLOR : Nickel
 

FRETS : 22F Mid.Jumbo
C.F.S.(Circle Fretting System)

SCALE : 24.75" (628mm)

CONTROLS : 2Vol, 2Tone, 3-Way Toggle Switch

PICKUPS : Original FGN PS-3
Single Coil Soap Bar P-90 Style

STRINGS : D'Addario EXL110 (.010-.046) 

TUNERS : GOTOH® SD90-SL
Precise and Smooth Vintage Style

 

BRIDGE : GOTOH® GE104B
Traditional Style

 

TAILPIECE : GOTOH® GE101Z
Traditional Style

 

COLOR : Antique Gold - AG
 

FINISH : Gloss

ACCESSORIES :

FGN Original Gig Bag

Set-up Keys

Fabric Cover

Circle Fretting System

All FGN guitars and basses come with a unique Circle Fretting System (C.F.S.). It was created by FGN based on an idea to offer better pitch and articulation than conventional guitars and basses. All frets are installed on fingerboard in slightly curved shape, so that every string crosses all the frets in 90 degrees, i.e. to offer a minimum contact of string on a fret, and it makes the scale length of every string even while it actually varies on conventional fretting. The C.F.S. is a solution of fretting on a traditional guitar and bass and it offers clearer articulation and tones which give dimension when you play a cord and also cut through the mix when you play single notes.

 

 

*The frets we use aren't special. You can ask your nearest repair shop to hit them from the edge of the fingerboard when refret.