Enya Nova GO - Acoustic carbon fibre guitar

SKU: nova go
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Guitars constructed of Carbon Fiber offer unique features and benefits attractive to many musicians. Acoustic players not using an amp will appreciate its natural volume and projection. These guitars feature a clear and resonant tone that is maintained throughout the life of the instrument. It’s strong, lightweight, and exceptionally durable. Innovation lives in our lines of Carbon Fiber Guitar.
Country of Origin: China
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The new Enya Nova Go carbon fiber travel-size guitars (35”) are designed to be durable, lightweight with a bright acoustic sound tone. This guitar features a full carbon fiber weather-proof body, zero fret design, round-end frets, arched back, radius fretboard, and round-edged body. As a continuation of Enya’s carbon fiber line, the Nova Go guitar is a well-developed instrument that feels and sounds amazing in your hands.


  • Carbon fiber 1/2 size (35") acoustic guitar
  • Round-end metal frets & round-edged body
  • Arched back & radius fretboard
  • Heat resistant - safe to leave in the car
  • Water-resistant & easy to clean
  • Zero fret design


Model: Nova GoSize: 35" (1/2)
Top: Carbon Fiber & PolycarbonateBack & Sides: Carbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Neck: Carbon Fiber & PolycarbonateFretboard:  Carbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Tuning Machine: Black Die-castNut & Saddle: Carbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Bridge: Carbon Fiber & PolycarbonateStrings: D'Addario® EXP16
Finish: SatinNut Width: 1-5/8”
Scale Length: 23-1/8"
Total Length: 35"
Weight: 3.7 lbs
Number of Frets: 20
Lower Bout: 11-3/4"
Body Depth: 2-7/8"


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Biplab Deka

Unbelievably good

I couldn't believe it how comfortable it was to hold and play on it. The only con being a bit expensive for a non-transacoustic guitar.