Made with the smaller bodied steel string guitars of the past in mind, this instrument, despite its small size, has a surprisingly big sound and as such, it is able to share the stage with other larger size guitars. It has a bold, smooth low end with crisp, sweet highs, which makes this a perfectly balanced instrument. This tonal richness makes it ideally suited for fingerstyle playing, slide guitar and especially the blues.
BODY Width: 368 mm (14-1/2”) | Depth: 95 to 110 mm (3-3/4” to 4-5/16”) | Top: European (pictured), Engelman or Sitka Spruce | Soundhole rosette: Wood and nacre | Back and sides: Indian Rosewood, Brazilian Rosewood or Maple (pictured) | Binding: Padouk, Rosewood (pictured), Ebony or Maple with multiple woods | Bridge: Ebony (pictured) or Rosewood NECK Scale length: 633 mm (24.9”) or optional (pictured) 645 mm (25.4”) | Width at nut: 46 mm (1-13/16”) | Number of frets: 20 | Wood: Mahogany, Cedar (pictured) or Maple. Adjustable truss rod | Fingerboard: Ebony | Binding: Multiple wood | Front headplate: Wood (Maple pictured) | Inlaid side dots: White, Pearl or Abalone | Tuners: Gold-plated Grover super rotomatic model FINISH Body and neck: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer
July 13, 2016