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 Grover V97N-18 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.
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