by George Loveridge | 4,7 / 5,0 | Approximate reading time: 2 Minutes
Furch Little Jane

Furch Little Jane Travel Guitars  ·  Source: Furch

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The Furch Little Jane is nothing new. However, Furch have been at it for a few years and now they have four new acoustic travel guitars for 2024. What are they, and should you consider one?

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Furch Little Jane

Furch, based in the Czech Republic, have provided players with a premium and portable instrument in the form of the LJ10-CM. Originally, it featured African mahogany back and sides and a red cedar top, and didn’t compromise on sound quality.

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Furch Little Jane LJ-10 SR · Source: Furch

Fast forward to the present day and the Little Jane lineup benefits from four new models. Kicking us off, we’ve got the LJ-11 SR Little Jane. Here, there’s a Sitka spruce top along with Indian rosewood back and sides. Players are promised a full-bodied midrange with a dynamic response.

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Furch Little Jane – Limited Edition Models

Moving on, we have some limited edition versions. The Furch LJ10-SM* and Furch LF-10 SC Special Edition* models are comparable to the SC model using the same spruce top and ebony fingerboard. The SM model has a mahogany back and sides for a somewhat warmer sound.

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Limited Edition LJ-10 SM · Source: Furch
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In contrast, the LJ11-SC has a soft V-shaped neck profile, but again welcomes an ebony fingerboard which houses 18 frets.

I like the open-pored natural finish on this one, for a travel guitar, it really gives off a roots bluegrass kind of vibe.

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Locking Tuners

Finally, the LJ10-MM is another Furch Little Jane with an ebony fingerboard and bridge. Whereas, we’ve got AA Cocobolo sides alongside the traditional Sitka spruce top. Which would make for an interesting sound.

Moreover, there are locking tuners which will help massively with the whole travel guitar image. Gig bag included, the LJ10-MM is a pretty comprehensive package.

LJ10-MM with Locking Tuners · Source: Thomann
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Conclusions

Overall, the Furch Little Jane series is a quirky bunch of guitars. However, they all offer impressive hardware and quality of materials which promises to deliver in terms of tone and versatility.

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