Woodstock Vintage - Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Natural
    Product # 610000
    Woodstock Vintage - Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Natural
    Product # 610000
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    Woodstock Vintage - Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Natural

    Get unplugged and deliver an acoustic performance using this Woodstock Vintage Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar from Monoprice!

    This full-sized acoustic guitar features the classic dreadnought body style. It is constructed with mahogany sides and back, ply spruce top, a set-in nato (aka eastern mahogany) neck, rosewood fretboard, and chrome tuners. It uses coated steel and phosphor bronze wound strings in the following sizes:

    String inches mm
    E (Coated Steel) 0.012 0.30
    B (Coated Steel) 0.016 0.41
    G (Phosphor Bronze Wound) 0.024 0.61
    D (Phosphor Bronze Wound) 0.032 0.81
    A (Phosphor Bronze Wound) 0.042 1.07
    E (Phosphor Bronze Wound) 0.053 1.35

    Before it gets shipped to you, each Monoprice guitar undergoes a setup, tuning, and inspection process by Master Luthier Roger Gresco here in Southern California. The setup ensures that the neck is straight, the action is right, and that it will stay in tune. To protect your investment, it comes with a 10mm padded, zippered, gig bag with shoulder strap and a truss-rod wrench.

    Specifications
    Body Style Dreadnought
    Body Material Mahogany Back/Sides
    Ply Spruce Top
    Neck Material Nato (aka Eastern Mahogany)
    Fingerboard Material Rosewood
    Construction Set On
    Scale 650mm (Full-Size)
    Weight 4.7 lbs
    Machineheads Chrome
    Pickups N/A
    4.6 / 5.0
    26 Reviews
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    Great Surprise
    Monoprice did it agian. A great guitar for the price. Mine sounds very good. The fit and finish is very good. It did require a truss rod adjustment and fret tapping to remove buzzing, but the guitar plays great now. I was also surprised by the guitar bag that came with the guitar.It's much better than the "courteous handles" that come with the MonoPrice electric guitars. I would recommend this guitar to friend and or students.

    PROS: Nice sound. I was surpeised by the good tone. Nice finish. Nice bag for the price

    CONS: Not many, a bit of glue needed to be removed, but no big deal. Unlike the other review I read, this one needed the truss rod adjusted and a few fretts tapped down to remove buzzing.
    June 2, 2014
    Best Guitar and Setup You Can Buy for the Money
    I just bought one of these guitars for my grandson on his 13th birthday. It arrived on time. It arrived in excellent shape and it sounds awesome. Although it does not show it, the guitar he received had a strap button at the base of the neck and a nice M at the top of the neck (instead of the Monoprice pictured, nice touch). The only thing I can think of to make it better would be a pick guard since I am certain my grandson will mark up the top as he plays more. I actually intend to buy one of these for myself so he can come and play at my home without bringing his guitar. Chances are real good other grandchildren will be getting these for gifts in the near future.

    Thanks Monoprice for selling another great product and making certain it is in first class shape before sending it out. The person receiving this one was real important to me!

    PROS: Setup, Inspection prior to shipping, Sound

    CONS: Needs a pickguard
    March 27, 2016
    Great $100 Guitar
    Great flattop guitar, but consider the model with the cutout and onboard electronics. I don't know why you'd buy this one over one of those.

    PROS: Cost Quality

    CONS: For the cost difference I'd get the version with the cutout and the onboard electronics. I think they are $25 more and well worth the cost to give you access to the frets above the 12th fret and the ability to plug into an amp. BTW, the monoprice $99 guitar amp is also a great value as are the monoprice strat and les paul style electrics.
    December 12, 2014
    An Excellent Value!
    An excellent guitar for a beginner. Arrived out of tune but otherwise, an excellent purchase. I'm a very happy customer.

    PROS: Excellent value for a starter guitar.

    CONS: None
    July 9, 2014
    Another winner for cheap guitars by Monoprice
    I bought this guitar after purchasing other Monoprice guitar offerings and being impressed at the quality for such an inexpensive transaction. I can confirm that this dreadnought guitar lives up to the same scrutiny, which continues to surprise me. I was figuring I'd buy it to use for some practice luthier work, but I'm finding there's not much I can do to improve it.



    Biggest surprise: The tone. I haven't taken the time to examine the bracing or internals too much, but it plays and sounds like a true dreadnought guitar should, very full yet balanced in lows and highs. I'm considering doing a side by side comparison with my Martin dreadnought. I'm not saying this thing sounds better than a $2000+ guitar, but I think it comes pretty close, and that alone is wild.



    Like on other Monoprice guitars I've purchased, the setup on this guitar is spot on. Great action up and down the neck, nut work looks fine, saddle is at appropriate height, no buzzing of any kind, frets seem level and properly crowned. The other guitars I've purchased from Monoprice have suffered slightly from sharp fret edges that could use some addtional filing by a luthier, but I think that was mostly related to changes of humidity throughout the year and a lesser quality or improperly seasoned wood. This acoustic is NOT showing any signs of sharp fret edges at this time, but I will monitor it over the course of the year as the humidity changes.



    Fit and finish on this guitar is the only place where you might see why it is only $112. There are some places where you can see some glue sticking out near portions of fretboard and body joints, and I'm not sure if the sound hole inlays are anything more than decals. There, of course, are also no other ornate pieces or bindings around the guitar body, but I would hope you weren't paying so little and expecting much of that. The strings are not the greatest either, but again if strings are the only necessary upgrade to this thing, we're still talking about an incredible instrument for the price.



    In short, this is a fantastic starter guitar, I cannot imagine you could get a spruce topped/mahogany backed guitar that sounds as good as this one does for the insanely small price. I've played other $100 acoustic guitars and they are laughable in comparison of wood quality/hardware quality/tone. This guitar could easily be confused for something 5x the price, maybe more. I could also see this being a great "beater" guitar for someone not willing to take their high dollar acoustic guitars out on the road or by the campfire or on the plane.

    PROS: Playable immediately

    Sounds great

    Proper setup

    Nice wood quality for the price, mahogany back and spruce top

    Solid tuning machines



    CONS: Probably needs a restring with your favorite acoustic strings for best tone
    May 29, 2014
    Plays Great Out of the Box!
    I'm definitely a beginner...a really, really, REALLY green beginner, but this is the first acoustic, and third overall guitar that I own now, and this one has played the best out of the box by far. I also own the Monoprice Strat, and after having new strings put on, and a few small tweaks, I love that thing too, but yet another wonderful Monoprice guitar experience. Does it sound and look as nice as a guitar 30x the price? I suspect the answer is no, but since I don't know the difference, and don't plan on spending thousands on a guitar anytime soon, I couldn't be happier!

    PROS: Plays great
    No adjustments needed
    Nice tone
    Good finish

    CONS: Maaaybe a few small blemishes, but nothing abundantly obvious
    June 10, 2016
    very pleased
    From reading the reviews I figured it would be a pretty good guitar but I'm very pleased. The guitar exceeded my expectations in the sound and feel!

    PROS: sounds fantastic! feels and looks great and the bag is very nice
    June 11, 2015
    Nice guitar!
    Great guitar for the money, plays better than some guitars that I have had for a lot more money. I think the sound will mellow as time goes by, pretty bright now. I own five Monoprice guitars now and recommend them to beginners to seasoned players. Great value for the money spent on these fabulous guitars!! Get one, two, or more!!

    PROS: Nice fit and finish, neck and frets are adjusted just right. Plays better than my fender guitar that I bought 15 years ago.

    CONS: Strings were a little below my standards, changed to Martin SP and it really sounds good now.
    August 10, 2014
    An excellent budget guitar!
    Really enjoying the guitar, very playable for a beginner, price is excellent, shipping was fast.

    PROS: Excellent tone (with upgraded strings better, but shipped strings fine)

    Really attractive overall look

    Excellent fit and finish

    excellent value

    CONS: I maybe should have gotten a 3/4 size guitar - this is a pretty big instrument
    July 15, 2014
    Amazing for the price
    Sounds bright and open, and it plays well out of the box. Could do for an action adjustment, but nothing major. Really good sounding guitar for the price especially!
    July 9, 2014
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