David MacCubbin CSC-004 Birdseye Maple Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Regular price $ 5,800.00

  • Birdseye Maple back and sides
  • Adirondack Spruce top
  • Snakewood bindings
  • Honduras Mahogany neck
  • Concert Series body style
  • Florentine cutaway
  • 15.5 inch lower bout width
  • 11.125 inch upper bout width
  • 9.25 inch width at waist
  • 4.25 inch depth at tail
  • 24.9 inch scale length
  • 1.75 inch nut width
  • 2.25 inch string spacing at bridge
  • Double action truss rod
  • Dual carbon fiber support rods in neck
  • Bound Bolivian Rosewood fretboard and Bolivian Rosewood bridge
  • Custom pattern MOP dot fretboard markers
  • MOP fretboard side dot markers
  • Snakewood back strip
  • Lacewood endgraft, bound with Snakewood
  • Four wood Celtic knot pattern rosette
  • Black and white purfling lines top, back and sides
  • Indian Rosewood headstock plate with black/white border accents
  • MOP MacCubbin logo and ‘M’ design on headstock
  • Birdseye Maple headstock backplate
  • Birdseye Maple heelcap with black/white border accents
  • Gold Gotoh 510 tuners with black knobs
  • Ebony bridge pins with MOP dots
  • Bone nut and compensated bone saddle
  • Custom Cedar Creek hardshell case

FREE UPS Ground shipping within the continental US on this guitar (including full insurance). In case of buyer preferential return, cost of outgoing shipping will be deducted from refund.

House of Musical Traditions is proud to represent MacCubbin Guitars, built by David MacCubbin in the Baltimore, MD area. MacCubbin guitars are played by many renowned guitarists, including our friend (and former salesperson) Robin Bullock. We can also facilitate a custom order for you - please contact us for more information.

Following a lifelong love of woodworking as a hobby, having worked with cabinetry, home construction projects, furniture building and refinishing, David MacCubbin started his lutherie career in 2002, building his first guitar using William Cumpiano's and Jonathan Natelson's textbook "Guitarmaking, Tradition and Technology" as his guide. He took the opportunity to study with William Cumpiano in 2003 at his Northampton, Massachusetts shop. Since that time, David has continued to develop his lutherie skills, transitioning from a part-time guitarmaker to full time luthier in early 2007. He also attended Ervin Somogyi's guitar voicing master class in 2007, where he gained much greater insight into the relationships among choice of woods, top bracing patterns, construction techniques, and their effects on the resultant sound and response of the guitar.

Building guitars for fingerstyle players is the focus of David's efforts, and using the skills and knowledge he has gained from his teachers and continued development through his own experimentation, he works to achieve the perfect balance in playability, tone, sustain, and impeccable workmanship. He pays very strict attention to details, both inside the guitar and what is visible to the player. When commissioned to build a custom guitar, he works closely with the player to understand all of the player's requirements and desires, and maintain this close communication throughout the building process.

David MacCubbin's shop is located in suburban Baltimore, MD, where he builds about 10 to 12 guitars a year. He also works as a guitar repair technician at Appalachian Bluegrass Shoppe in Catonsville, MD. For more information, see maccubbinguitars.com