Furch’s new addition to its popular Indigo Series, the Deluxe CY, is a masterclass in marrying high-quality tonewoods and innovative design.
The acoustic guitar features a solid American red cedar top—which is known to be soft, but provides sonic warmth—and layered mahogany back and sides. The soundboard is tuned using a unique voicing process that allows the guitar to deliver crystal-clear and melodically rich notes. Furch’s ‘open-pore’ finish has also been applied to this model. This provides surface protection while allowing the tonewoods’ natural properties to shine.
Even the mahogany back has been lavished over. It’s pressed into an arch, and thus requires no reinforcing braces. This, according to Furch, translates to more resonance, projection and dynamics.
Elsewhere, the Indigo Deluxe CY sports an African mahogany neck, and a comfortable 15.7-inch-radius ebony fingerboard with white pearl inlays. It’s also got the Furch dual-action truss rod that maintains stability and makes minor neck relief adjustments a cinch. Add a solid ring rosette and Indian rosewood binding, and the guitar looks as good as it sounds.
The Furch Indigo Deluxe CY is available in dreadnought and grand auditorium sizes.
The Indico Deluxe CY starts from EUR 960, and will be available in September. More information at furch.cz.