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An award-winning series of affordable guitars, the Maple Ridge range features solid tops that help produce a sound that will only get better with age.

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Body Type: Folk Body Cutaway 12 String Electro Acoustic
Top: Solid Canadian Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Quilted Maple
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Binding: Tortoise Shell
Purfling & Rosette: Tortoise Shell
Hardware: Gold Machine Heads
Back Centre: N/A
Nut & Saddle: Bone
Nut Width: 43mm
Finish: Natural Gloss
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The Maple Ridge series features Solid ‘A’ Grade Sitka Spruce tops. Rarely seen at this price point, solid woods deliver better sound over the lifetime of the guitar.

Popular among sound engineers and producers, Fishman electronics produce outstanding replication of the acoustic sound while still offering versatile settings.

The FA1AM12 was featured as part of Acoustic Magazine’s 2014 Gear of the Year issue, following an exceptional review with the magazine where it scored 5 Stars.

Inspected and set-up in the UK, every Maple Ridge guitar comes with a Lifetime Warranty.

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Acoustic Gear of the Year

The tone is superb. It’s incredibly warm and rich. A great choice of 12-string for any discerning player.
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Build & Finish

Finished to an impeccable standard, the Maple Ridge series embodies everything that Freshman Guitars consider important. Built to meet stringent standards using the best, hand-selected materials, everything that goes into a Maple Ridge guitar is designed to produce the best possible sound.

Our selection of Maple Ridge twelve string guitars make it affordable to expand your guitar collection. Producing a unique sound, each of our Maple Ridge twelve strings is designed to deliver the distinctive harmony familiar to anyone who has tried a ‘twelve’ before.

Within the Maple Ridge series there is a select group that feature Quilted Maple back and sides. Visually stunning, these guitars produce a bright, lively sound, while still maintaining a deeper sound at the lower end.

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