Norman Encore B20
This steel-string possesses a balanced, full-bodied tone springing from its design which happens to be the best-selling of all time: the dreadnought. This guitar feels fantastic and sounds great too, projecting plenty of volume from its solid spruce top. No complaints at all with the overall playability, its a well-built guitar that does exactly what it is intended to do. If you’re going for substance over showiness, you’re going to get a solid and dependable friend every time you pick it up.
- Solid Spruce top
- Wild Cherry back & sides
- Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
Norman ST40 Parlor Burnt Umber HG A/E
We’ve had a lot of fun testing this Norman ST40 Parlor. It’s an amazing value for a guitar that features all-solid woods, a burnt umber sunburst, high-gloss finish and a built-in Fishman pickup.
Its small shape gives it lots of punchiness for high energy strumming and plenty of warmth during delicate fingerpicking moments courtesy of its cedar top. This is a fantastic guitar to add to the collection if you’ve ever been interested in a Parlor and it was built right here in Canada.
- Solid cedar
- Solid Mahogany back & sides
- Rosewood bridge/fingerboard
- Scale: 24.84″
- Includes fishman pickup