- Looking for a high quality, no-frills, acoustic guitar that looks and sounds great, but won't cost you a fortune? Then take a look at this Tanglewood TW11-DOL Winterleaf Series Dreadnought, you won't regret it!


- As with all of Tanglewood's Winterleaf series, the TW11-DOL Dreadnought is built to offer the perfect balance between quality and affordability. Featuring that booming dreadnought voice, and a comfortably slim and tactile neck, this could would be perfect for live performances and studio work.


- We're so used to seeing Spruce, Mahogany, and (more so these days) Koa wood tops on guitars, that anything else can seem unusual. In this case we have a piece of Solid Cedar, a tonewood renowned for producing a dark tone, loaded with sweet harmonics. Even more unusual is Tanglewood's choice of tonewood for the back and sides of this guitar: Olivewood. However, just because Olivewood is a rarity, you shouldn't be quick to dismiss it.


- Renowned for their loud voices, superb projection, and great tonal balance, the Dreadnought saw its popularity rise along with the increasing number of American Folk singers during the middle of the 20th Century, and it continues to be a favourite to this day. With the TW11-DOL you get a traditional Dreadnought shaped guitar, featuring the kind of booming voice, articulation and playability usually associated with the instrument.


- All of our guitars are on display in the shop and all set up ready to play.


Features & Specifications:

  • Shape - Dreadnought
  • Top - Solid Cedar
  • Back - Olive wood
  • Sides - Olive wood
  • Neck Material - Mahogany
  • Fingerboard - Techwood
  • Bridge - Techwood
  • Binding - ABS Ivory
  • Saddle - PPS, Compensating
  • Nut (Width) - PPS (43mm)
  • Scale Length - 650mm
  • Machine Heads - Small Chrome Die Cast
  • Finish - Natural Satin

Tanglewood Winterleaf TW11 D OL Acoustic


    39b Westbourne Road, Marsh,


    HD1 4LQ

    01484 321388




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