The rosewood binding on a rosewood body conjures up images of tuxedos and limousines—it’s that formal and glamorous-looking—yet it can just as easily enhance the performance of a folkie or jammer. Don’t let its elegance blind you; this guitar can please any audience. Even when fingerpicked, it has a breathtaking amount of range and volume.
This magnificent instrument (built in 2005) is in excellent condition; coming to us from a regular customer who has been downsizing his collection.
According to Huss and Dalton, this guitar would have retailed new for $5,650 back in 2005. With a solid Adirondack red cedar top and Indian rosewood back and sides, this guitar is only marred by a few dings on the top and some belt buckle scratches on the back which are only visible when viewed from a certain angle in the light. Serial number is 1510.
Set-up, cleaned, and restrung in our shop. Frets have been polished and show little signs of wear. Low E string measures 2.5mm or 3/32 at 12th fret.
Original brand hard tweed case included.