The cedar top on the AC122-2CE adds to the guitar's tonal characteristics. Cedar is known for its warm and expressive qualities, with a rich and dynamic sound. Cedar tops often produce a darker tone with a strong emphasis on the midrange frequencies. It offers responsiveness and sensitivity, making it suitable for fingerstyle playing and intricate picking techniques.

The AC122-2CE Grand Auditorium is equipped with a cutaway design, allowing easy access to the higher frets. It also features built-in electronics, enabling you to amplify the guitar's sound when plugged into an amplifier or sound system. This makes the guitar suitable for live performances or studio recording.

Playability and Craftsmanship: Eastman guitars are known for their high-quality craftsmanship and attention to detail.

These Photos are of the Actual Guitar.

  • Neck Material:Mahogany
  • Fingerboard:Ebony
  • Fingerboard Radius:12"
  • Neck Profile:Traditional Even "C"
  • Nut:Bone 1-3/4"
  • Fretwire:22 Jescar-FW43080
  • Scale Length:25.4"
  • Body Dimensions:16" x 4 1/4"
  • Bracings:Hand Scalloped X
  • Body Top:Solid Cedar
  • Body Back/Sides:Solid Sapele
  • Bridge/Saddle:Ebony/Bone, 2 5/32" Spacing
  • Rosette:Classic
  • Truss Rod:Dual Acting
  • Binding:Top and Back
  • Binding Material:Tortoise
  • Logo:Pearl Headstock
  • Inlay:Pearl Dots
  • Side Dot Color:White
  • Bridge Pins:Ebony
  • Body Top Finish:Satin Finish
  • Back/Sides Finish:Satin Finish
  • Hardware Color:Nickel
  • Pickguard:Tortoise Shell
  • Tuners:Ping RM 1171-CVR 3+3
  • Electronics:Fishman Sonitone
  • Strings:D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze .012 -.053
  • Action Height:12th fret 3/32" on the bass side and 2/32" on the treble side
  • Case:Deluxe Eastman Gig Bag
  • Truss Rod Wrench:4mm
  • Color Options:Traditional

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The primary function of the RM 1171-CVR 3+3 machine heads is to allow for precise tuning adjustments of the guitar strings. They provide smooth and stable tuning, allowing the player to achieve accurate pitch and maintain tuning stability during play.


Cedar is known for its warm and rich tonal qualities. It produces a balanced and complex sound with a strong emphasis on the midrange frequencies. Cedar tops generally offer a pronounced, sweet, and responsive tonal character.

Dynamic Range: Cedar tops tend to have a more immediate and responsive sound compared to other tonewoods. They produce a quick attack and quick decay, making them suitable for fingerstyle playing and styles that require a sensitive and expressive response.


Sapele shares tonal similarities with mahogany, as they belong to the same family of hardwoods. Sapele back and sides produce a warm, balanced, and focused sound with a strong emphasis on the midrange frequencies. It offers a rich and resonant tone, with a slightly pronounced low-end response.

Projection and Volume: Sapele back and sides can provide good projection and volume, allowing the guitar's sound to project well in various playing situations. While it may not have the same level of projection as some other tonewoods, it offers a clear and articulate sound that works well in ensemble settings.


onal characteristics of an ebony fingerboard can vary, but it generally adds a desirable clarity and brightness to the overall sound of the guitar. It is known for enhancing note articulation and sustain, giving each note a crisp and focused quality. Ebony's tonal properties can contribute to a balanced sound with well-defined highs and articulate lows.


Ebony is a dense and hard wood that is known for its durability and ability to produce a clear and bright sound, while bone is a dense and hard material that is commonly used in guitar construction for its ability to transmit sound efficiently. Together, the combination of ebony and bone creates a saddle that is strong, stable, and able to produce a balanced and resonant tone.

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