Faith Guitars FKSE Naked Saturn Electro – Acoustic Review

Here’s Ben Morgan-Brown reviewing a Faith Guitars FKSE Naked Saturn Electro, featuring…

  • Solid Engelmann Spruce Top,
  • Solid Indonesian Mahogany Back & Sides,
  • Mahogany neck with Indonesian Ebony Fingerboard,
  • 43mm Spaced NuBone Nut,
  • Patrick James Eggle X-Brace Design,
  • Two-Stage Satin Finish,
  • Faith-Branded Fishman Electronics Under-Saddle Pick-Up & Side Mounted Pre-Amp,
  • Included Gig-Bag.

Faith says…“One of the original Faith shapes that launched the brand at the beginning of this century, this Saturn is a square-shouldered dreadnought design. Based upon the traditional early 20th century designs, the Saturn is like an old friend: you know exactly what to expect, and it always delivers just as you would want. The Spruce top and Mahogany body of each of the Faith Naked instruments is 100% solid tonewood – in keeping with all other Faith series. However, the cosmetics and non-essential dressing has been stripped away, leaving the guitars in their natural, Naked state. Satin finished all over, the tonewood is almost entirely unrestricted in its resonant movement, so the tone delivered is far beyond what is normally expected at this price level.”

Find out Ben’s thoughts in the video above!!

RRP: £559.00

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