ver the years, sound, dimensions, scale lengths and the combinations of the woods that are used have been defined.
Since then, we associate spruce, cedar, mahogany and rosewood with the visual appearance of a classical guitar.
But times are changing, and the desire for a more sustainable use of our resources is anchored more and more in people's minds.
The use of tropical woods is not absolutely necessary for instrument making; alternative concepts are gaining more and more acceptance and that's a good thing.
The VGS Pro Natura series follows this idea eaxctly.
The guitars are made in Europe and, due to the way they are made, they are not subject to the Washington Convention on Interntional Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and still can not be compromised in terms of sound. (EMO display of a Pro Natura guitar close-up).
In this special version, the guitars, which are available in 3/4, 7/8 and 4/4 size, are equipped with a solid spruce top.
Walnut provides the necessary contrast at the bottom, sides and headstock. The fingerboard and bridge are made of acacia, and the pleasant-to-grip neck is made of maple.
The top's edges and the soundhole rosette are made of wood, and a wafer-thin, open-pored matt finish completes the overall concept of the guitar. The factory-mounted Hannabach 600 strings provide a well-balanced sound and stable tuning.
The VGS Pro Natura Series is a great sounding and comfortable alternative to play.