Brazilian Rosewood
12 Fret Slothead Dreadnought
Adirondack Spruce Top

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This old growth Brazilian rosewood dreadnought has huge resonance and balance. Because of its body size it is well-suited for flat picking, because of the string spacing and 12-fret slothead configuration it is great for strumming and fingerpicking. Augmenting the Brazilian rosewood back and sides, the Adirondack spruce top gives the guitar punch and a distinctive tone.

Like its sibling Braz/Adi dreadnought, it is trimmed similar to the pre war Style 28, with herringbone binding and (Style 21) rosette, maple binding, zipper backstrip, and vintage style Waverly 4067 tuners. Unlike its sibling, it has a striking green pattern, most prominently running laterally in the sides. The bracing is pre war style with forward-shifted, scalloped top bracing, and light, traditional back bracing. It has a 25.4" scale; the neck width at the nut is 1 13/16", with 2 5/16" string spacing at the saddle. The fretboard and belly bridge are ebony, and the nut and saddle are bone. The guitar incorporates a medium profile, bolt-on neck with an adjustable truss rod.

  • Brazilian rosewood back and sides
  • Adirondack spruce top
  • 25.4" scale on a 12-fret neck
  • Forward shifted, scalloped bracing
  • One-piece, medium/low profile, D-shape mahogany with truss rod
  • 1 13/16" neck width at the nut, 2 5/16 string spacing at the saddle
  • Brazilian rosewood slotted peghead
  • Ebony fretboard with Style 28 diamond inlay
  • Ebony belly bridge
  • Bone nut and saddle
  • Maple binding, end graft, and heel cap
  • Style 28 zipper backstrip and pre war Style 21 herringbone rosette
  • Ebony bridge pins with mother of pearl dot, and black strap button
  • Tortis D-28 30s Vintage Style pickguard
  • Waverly 4075 vintage style tuners
  • Guardian CG-020-D black tolex hardshell case

Boulder, Colorado

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