2011 Brazilian Rosewood/German Spruce

I finally completed this Brazilian Rosewood and German Spruce guitar. The sound is especially quick and full, with a lushness and sophistication that only good old spruce can provide. The scale length is 645mm combined with my larger body, so the trebles have a very nice focus all the way up the fingerboard, while the basses are still full but not overly so. There is plenty of room to lower the action if desired, and tons of volume. It's also quite easy to change the timbre when moving the right hand from the bridge to the sound hole. All kinds of headroom when you dig in. When a guitar sounds this good when first strung up there is no question it will mature into a tremendous instrument.

Price is $8300 SOLD

Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides
Old German Spruce Top
African Ebony Fingerboard
Spanish Cedar Neck
Brazilian Rosewood Carved Head Overlay
Figured Maple Bindings
Brazilian Rosewood Bridge
Mother of Pearl Rosette
Elliptical Sound Ports
645mm Scale Length
Gotoh Premium Tuners
7th Fret Position Marker
French Polished Shellac
Hiscox Artist Case

You can see how this instrument was built by following this link.
To hear an mp3 of this instrument please follow this link.






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